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Intense workouts may boost memory

Pump up your workouts, pump up your memory, new research suggests. The study of 95 healthy young adults showed that six weeks of 20-minute bouts of interval training — high-intensity exercise alternated with low-intensity recovery periods — led to significant improvements in what's called high-interference...
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