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Running has been associated with cardiovascular health and overall physical fitness for decades. Most people know that running can help you lose weight, boost your mood and strengthen your joints, but there is now growing evidence that physical exercise and sensory processing are tightly linked in the brain. Researchers at the University of Oregon, Eugene studied the brainstem circuit in mice while they were running to discover that active movement increases visual perception in mice nearly twofold.