Exercise as Therapy

Moving your body can turn a bad day into a good one.

Why Exercise Is Good Therapy

By Eric Newhouse

Scientists are finding exercise boosts neuron development and reduces anxiety

Couples Who Sweat Together, Stay Together

By Theresa E. DiDonato Ph.D.

Research finds surprising benefits from exercising together.

19 Reasons to Exercise

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

From neurons to hormones: Why your body needs a workout.

Can Exercise Cure Depression?

By Gary Small M.D.

Exercise releases endorphins, the body’s very own natural antidepressant.

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