We’re Designed To Be Active As We Age

Aren’t we designed to be active at any age?
Indeed, activity is key to health in many ways — I summarised a bunch of research into the dramatic and positive effects of exercise on the brain here. But the famous evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman gives an interesting take on this. This is called The Active Grandparent Hypothesis.

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