Resistance Exercise Fights Depression

From exercise bands to barbells, even low-intensity training boosts mood.

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While we already know that exercise can help fight depression, a new meta-analysis has shown that the benefits aren’t limited to aerobic activity. Researchers at the University of Limerick in

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