Balance and Other Simple Physical Function Measurements Can Predict Cognitive Decline

Balance and Other Simple Physical Function Measurements Can Predict Cognitive Decline

Our own Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose was featured in the VCH Research Institute newsletter, read more here!

The Benefits of Pumping Iron in Later Life – Wall Street Journal

The Benefits of Pumping Iron in Later Life – Wall Street Journal

We’re in the Wall Street Journal! Read more about how intense strength training helps fend off age-related disability and fuel your brain here!

Exercise is Medicine, for the Body and the Brain

Exercise is Medicine, for the Body and the Brain

A recent blog on a paper published by our own Lindsay Nagamatsu! Read more here!

Promote Study

Promote Study

The primary aim of Promote is to explore whether an aerobic-based exercise program will slow the progression of cognitive impairment in adults with mild vascular cognitive impairment (VCI). At present, we are no longer recruiting participants, but check back for further updates on the study!

Vitality Study

Vitality Study

The primary aim of Vitality is to determine whether a complex mental and social activities program or a group-based exercise training program will combat cognitive decline in adults who have sustained a stroke. We are currently recruiting individuals who have had a stroke at least 12 months ago. The study is 12 months long, and […]

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Why Nigerians Defy ‘Death Traps’ to Exercise

Why Nigerians Defy ‘Death Traps’ to Exercise

This interesting article features some of the lab’s work. Read more here!

Exercise is Medicine: Healthy Bodies and Healthy Brains

Exercise is Medicine: Healthy Bodies and Healthy Brains

Read Teresa’s article here!

Why Strength Training is Good for You

Why Strength Training is Good for You

Read more about why here!

Exercise Builds Brawn — and Brains

Exercise Builds Brawn — and Brains

Resistance training provides many benefits, much like aerobic exercise. Read more about the benefits of exercise!