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    “The inclusion of female mice in scientific studies is a recent phenomenon; researchers once reasoned that cyclical hormone changes in females would complicate study results. But including female mice in our study proved transformational. We would never have discovered the importance of TIA1 had we not examined the female brain.”

    ~ Joseph Rayman, PhD, Scientists identify gene that keeps PTSD-like behavior at bay in female mice (2019)
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    "There are several theories on why exercise might improve depression. Physical activity seems to affect some key nervous system chemicals -- norepinephrine and serotonin -- that are targets of antidepressant drugs, as well as brain neurotrophins, which help protect nerve cells from injury and transmit signals in brain regions related to mood. Beyond that, people who take group exercise classes may feel better from simply getting out and being with other people."

    ~ Exercise may help with hard-to-treat depression (2007)


    "How much exercise? The research studies suggest that at least 150 minutes of aerobic activity — walking, jogging or biking — per week is good...The benefits occur within six to eight weeks — not right away. Meds work a little more quickly.”

    ~ Exercise seems to help alleviate depression, but not for everybody (2019)
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    "Don't stonewall your emotions. If you tend to keep a stiff upper lip when in emotional situations, your back may pay for it, according to a 2016 study published in the journal Emotion. One reason could be that when you're upset, you're more likely to tense up, especially in your back."

    - DR. JACK: Tips to reduce lower back pain (2019)
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