Exercise Helps Depression, Study Shows

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Updated: Jan 29

A new study using the genetic data of over 300,000 individuals, “found people with higher levels of physical activity had lower odds of major depressive disorder.”

“The research shows that replacing sedentary behaviour with 15 minutes of vigorous activity each day can reduce depression risk by roughly 26 per cent.”

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