As if you needed another reason to quit smoking, a study published on the website of the Archives of General Psychiatry has revealed that smoking appears to accelerate the pace of mental conditions - specifically age-related cognitive decline - in middle-aged men.
According to the study, the mental function of the average 50-year-old male smoker can decline as quickly as that of a 60-year-old ... ››› more
Regular exercise of any intensity can prevent future mental conditions such as depression - and as little as one hour can help! This is according to a landmark study conducted by the Black Dog Institute published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
According to the study's results, even small amounts of exercise can help stave off mental conditions and provide mental health benefits regardle... ››› more
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