Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Physical Activity and Weight Control May Help Improve Decision Making Ability

A new study has found that high levels of a protein called C-reactive protein (CRP) slows down the brain's decision making time. The ability to plan and to make the appropriate behavior selections may also be affected. CRP is a marker for inflamation in the blood.

Aspirin, statins, physical activity and weight control help to lower the levels of CRP in your body.


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