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Exercise Eases Some Depression-Related Sleep Problems

A new study finds that regular aerobic exercise may help the roughly 10 percent of patients with depression who have trouble staying awake and alert during the day, even when they didn't respond to regular anti-depressants.

Fitness instructor Sgt. Joey Chavarria illustrates proper lifting technique during a cross-training class in the gym at the …

A new study finds that regular aerobic exercise may help the roughly 10 percent of patients with depression who have trouble staying awake and alert during the day, even when they didn't respond to regular anti-depressants. (KERA)

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