Doing Housework May Lead To Sharper Memory, Better Leg Strength, Says Study
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 02, 2021
A new study has found that older adults who do housework may have a sharper memory, attention span, better leg strength and greater protection against falls.

Regular physical activity is good for maintaining optimal physical and mental health. And among older adults, it curbs the risks of long-term conditions, falls, immobility, dependency and more. Yet global monitoring data indicates that in 2016, physical activity was well below recommended weekly levels and had budged little in a decade, with people in high-income countries more than twice as likely to be couch potatoes as those in low-income countries.

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