Exercise officially makes you happier than money, according to Yale and Oxford research

Business Insider
April 04, 2019
By Business Insider
Researchers at Yale and Oxford may have proven exercise is more important to your mental health than your economic status.

The scientists found that, while those who exercised regularly tended to feel bad for around 35 days a year, non-active participants felt bad for 18 days more on average. The team also noticed that certain sports that involve socializing can have more of a positive effect on your mental health than others. | READ THE FULL STORY

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