People who exercise for as little as 30 minutes a day may be up to 17% less likely to get depression – even if they’re genetically vulnerable to it

Routine exercise may drastically slash your chances of getting depression – even if you are genetically at risk.

Scientists found adults who took part in four hours of exercise each week were 17 per cent less likely to develop the mental health condition.

Even as little as 30 minutes a day of physical activity may have a positive effect, Harvard University researchers discovered.

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