Get moving to help combat depression and anxiety

As the world copes with the social isolation and fear created by the COVID-19 pandemic, depression and anxiety are on the rise. A new study suggests we may feel better if we are more physically fit. An analysis of data from over 150,000 participants found that better cardiorespiratory health and stronger grip strength at baseline […]
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