Exercise is the Closest Thing to a Wonderdrug

The New York Times just came out with an article detailing the numerous health benefits of regular exercise. 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity physical activity for adults, or about 30 minutes each weekday, can prevent chronic disease, have the same effects as medications, and benefit mental health just to name a few. Read the full article here for the full list of benefits. 

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