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A University of Florida study found that people who did boring errands, like grocery shopping, mowing the lawn, folding the laundry, or picking up the dry cleaning were 91% less likely to see cognitive decline. Researchers say all those chores you’d never think of as exercise get your heart-rate up and make your blood vessels pump harder, which improves cardiovascular efficiency, and keeps all systems in your body running well, including your brain.