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A recent study demonstrates that the most effective treatment for #depression was brisk walking, more effective than medication. People over 50 got major benefits from a 16 week exercise program, worth doing for most everyone.
Hung parliament, pay squeeze and housing slowdown took consumers’ spirits to lowest level since Brexit vote, says poll
Consumer confidence slumped in the 12 days after the general election to its lowest level since the aftermath of last year’s Brexit vote, as households were unnerved by the impact of a hung parliament.
A poll by YouGov found that consumers feared the unstable political situation would hit house prices and dent their living standards, which have already come under pressure in recent months from high inflation and sluggish wages growth.
“If your idea succeeds, everybody says you’re persistent,” pioneering Harvard surgeon Folkman said. “If it doesn’t, you’re obstinate.”