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Exercise 'is not good' for severe depression

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New research suggests encouraging patients being treated for depression to be more active does not help their recovery.

Professor John Campbell, from the Peninsula Medical School in Exeter who was involved in the research, explains that the research found that exercise is "very good for you" but is not good for treating people with severe depression.


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