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Physical Activity and Incident Depression: What the Data Tell Us | Psychiatric Times

Depression is a leading cause of illness burden and disability worldwide. People with major depressive disorder are at increased odds of not meeting recommended physical activity levels (> 150 minutes per week).1 Structured physical activity may also reduce symptoms in patients with depression.2There is some evidence that physical activity may exert protective effects on the risk of incident (ie, new-onset) depression, but no previous studies have used meta-analyses to quantify this association.

http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/depression/physical-activity-and-incident-depression-what-data-tell-us?rememberme=1&elq_mid=2598&elq_cid=1789088

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