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Default Exercise Stimulates The Formation Of New Brain Cells

(Topix) "What is interesting is that the effect of antidepressant therapy can be greatly strengthened by external environmental factors"
Main Category: Depression News Article Date: 04 Jul 2007 - 9:00 PDT Exercise has a similar effect to antidepressants on depression. via Medical News Today

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