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New Study Examining Connection Between Dancing, Brain Health

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New Study Examining Connection Between Dancing, Brain Health

New Study Examining Connection Between Dancing, Brain Health

For many people, dancing is an enjoyable hobby and a way to stay fit.

New research is looking into whether the activity can boost the brain health of older adults; CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports.

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