Gary Small (USC/UCLA) quoted in the Washington Post on the effect of sedentary behavior on brain health

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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.

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Gary Small (USC/UCLA)

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"Keeping your brain in tiptop shape" - Washington Post. 11/26/2018.

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