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In Parkinson’s disease, exercise and brisk walking may help improve depression: Study

In Parkinson’s disease, exercise and brisk walking may help improve depression. The pilot study included 31 Parkinson’s patients who were randomly assigned to an “early start group” or a “delayed start group” for a vigorous form of exercise … The post In Parkinson’s disease, exercise and brisk walking may help improve depression: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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