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What Is the Relationship Between Exercise and Psychiatric Disorders?
Elias Dakwar, MD

Is vigorous exercise associated with lower or higher rates of mental illness? Results from a recent meta-analysis may surprise you. Here, Dr Dakwar discusses the possibility that a vulnerability to certain psychiatric disorders, such as bipolar and substance use disorders, is associated with exercise engagement. Take a look. Then, join the conversation!

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