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    I wonder if walking was the exercise they used in this study. Or are they saying that any exercise can improve walking speed?
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    I find now that the faster I move, the better balanced I am.

    This is after having exercised and I'm wide awake.
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    I think it was a variety of different forms of exercise, agate, including yoga.

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