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Tennis champ with dementia shows exercise can help

The benefits of exercise for people with dementia is beginning to be understood more clearly.

Former Scottish tennis champion Malcolm Watt was diagnosed with frontal lobe dementia four years ago. Once ranked 59 in the world he can no longer take care of himself but still plays tennis every day.

Watch the report on the BBC News website.