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Exercise and Brain Health

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If you think exercising frequently makes you relaxed, you might be on to something! Neuroscientist Philip V. Holmes studies the incredible effects of exercise on rat brains and the ability to deal with stress. In this segment, WUGA Program Director Chris Shupe and Classic City Science Producer Kodiak Sauer chat about his work in the UGA Department of Psychology.

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