Obesity and Lack of Exercise May Diminish Intellectual Function in Lupus Patients, According to Study Findings
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Results of a new study at University of California San Francisco show that impairment of intellectual skills like memory and the ability to plan, organize and pay attention is more common among women with lupus who are obese and not physically active. Researchers call for further study to see if interventions encouraging weight loss and exercise could make a difference.
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