Exercise may help fight depression in seniors

 In a recent published study by kinesiologists at McMaster University found for the first time that physical activity may help fight depression in seniors by stimulating muscle-generated mood boosters. A previous study demonstrated these mechanisms in healthy young adults; however, it was unknown whether the muscle deterioration which accompanies aging would preclude older adults from achieving similar exercise induced benefits. Read article here…

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