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Can Exercise Prevent Depression? Here's What the Science Says  TIMEA new JAMA study says exercise may prevent depression. Other research has shown physical activity of any kind can ease depression.
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Coincidences lead to attempted kidnap conviction  Cayman News Service(CNS): Sean Roy Scott (37) from West Bay was found guilty on Thursday of attempting to abduct a nine-year-old girl, who was visiting Cayman with her family ...
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The Unusual Thing I Do To Beat Anxiety  Thrive GlobalAfter years of experimentation, I've found a method that works for me.
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'First Man' Is a Powerful Portrait of Masculinity—We Shouldn't Sleep on It  VICEThe not-so-Oscar-worthy film feels more worthy of discussion than 'Green Book' or 'Bohemian Rhapsody.'
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Exercise can reduce risk for depression, research shows  UPI NewsNew research suggests that people who get more physical activity have lower levels of depression.
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‘First Man’ is a Powerful Portrait of Masculinity—We Shouldn’t Sleep On It  VICEThe 2019 Academy Award nominations were announced on Tuesday, all but delivering the final blow to the once obvious front-runner First Man, an odd ...
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Awaiting green card renewal, Montclair couple hopes for happy ending  Montclair LocalThis is the story about watching someone you love battle with dementia, the fear of deportation, faith in God and above all love.
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Awaiting green card renewal, Montclair couple hopes for happy ending  Montclair LocalThis is the story about watching someone you love battle with dementia, the fear of deportation, faith in God and above all love.
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Genetic risk for ADHD manifest in brain structure in childhood  Science DailyThere is only scant scientific evidence on whether the genetic risk for developing specific psychiatric disorders or cognitive traits is manifest in brain structure ...
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More Evidence That Physical Activity Keeps Depression at Bay  Psychology TodayHigher levels of physical activity are linked to lower odds of experiencing clinical depression, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School.

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