Gary Small (USC/UCLA) quoted in the Washington Post on the effect of sedentary behavior on brain health
NIA Aging Centers News Reference
Research published last April in PLOS One found that adults who sat for three to seven hours a day had substantial thinning of their medial temporal lobes, which can be an early sign of impending dementia, says a co-author of the study, Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center.
"Keeping your brain in tiptop shape" - Washington Post. 11/26/2018.