Physical and social activities in old age have a protective effect on the entorhinal cortex. Findings support the idea that we have a ‘cognitive reserve’, and that the brain can be trained throughout our lives like a muscle to counteract age-related decline,

Physical and social activities in old age have a protective effect on the entorhinal cortex. Findings support the idea that we have a ‘cognitive reserve’, and that the brain can be trained throughout our lives like a muscle to counteract age-related decline,