In this review: Association Between Physical Activity and Risk of Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis (JAMA Psychiatry)
Study: Even Small Amounts of Physical Activity Can Lower Depression Risk
An analysis of multiple studies found participants who reached just half of the weekly PA recommendation saw a 18% drop in depression risk.
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