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Exercise for Mood and Anxiety Disorders.

Michael W. Otto, PhD; Timothy S. Church, MD, MPH, PhD; Lynette L. Craft, PhD; Tracy L. Greer, PhD; Jasper A. J. Smits, PhD; and Madhukar H. Trivedi, MD

Published: May 15, 2007

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Dr. Otto: There have been a number of population-based studies on the association between exercise and mental health. What is generally found in these large-scale studies?

Dr. Church: These population-based studies vary in size, population, and the way they assess physical activity and fitness.

Volume: 68

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