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Does Exercise Decrease Incident Depression in a High-Risk Population?

09:02 EST 22 Jan 2020 | Relias Media

The authors of this large-scale, observational study found that three or more hours weekly of physical activity was associated with a decreased incidence of depression, even in patients with a high genetic risk of depression.

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