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Exercise Linked With Decreased Symptoms Of Depression


Exercise can be effective at reducing symptoms of depression among people with the condition, according to a new review of studies published in The Cochrane Library, but researchers say more studies are needed on the relationship between depression and physical activity. A team from the University of Edinburgh examined 39 past studies on depression and exercise, […]

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Exercise May Help Alleviate Depression


Exercise may help ease symptoms of depression, according to a fresh look at past research. Researchers who analyzed data from previous studies found people who exercised experienced a “moderate” reduction in their depressive symptoms compared to those who did other activities, such as using relaxation techniques, or received no treatment. “This review provides some additional […]

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How exercise can help treat depression and anxiety


ANYONE CAN EXPERIENCE a bout of the blues from time to time, but clinical depression can be long-lasting and debilitating. Symptoms include a change in appetite, loss of energy, and feelings of helplessness; and those who suffer from depression often experience significant anxiety as well. But one route to recovery may start with some running shoes: Consistent exercise can join […]

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Beating the Blues


Increased tiredness? Weight gain? Loss of focus? The impending break from your 9-to-5 and holiday gatherings with your in-laws are not the only reasons you are feeling a little under the weather. These are just some of the symptoms correlated with the winter blues. If you are feeling down more than usual, you are not […]

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Daylight Saving Time Ends


Sunday, November 4, marked the end of Daylight Saving Time this year, and unlike the springtime transition in March, turning the clocks back an hour in November means a precious extra hour of sleep! Compared to the jet lag-like feeling that comes with turning the clocks forward in the spring, this weekend’s extra hour of sleep felt like […]

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