For kids, regular exercise seems to put depression on the run
from HealthDay News
For generations, parents have told kids to go outside and play. Now, a new study suggests an added benefit to that advice — physical activity may lower children's risk of depression. The researchers assessed about 700 children at ages 6, 8 and 10. Kids who got regular moderate-to-vigorous exercise were less likely to develop depression over those four years, the investigators found.
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