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The runner’s high isn’t an urban legend — working out can lead to relaxation by releasing endorphins and burning the stress hormone cortisol. And although working out isn’t a panacea for mental health, studies show that regular exercise can lessen depression and anger, in addition to keeping us physically healthy.

Do It Today: Pencil in at least 30 minutes of exercise a few times a week to reduce stress, depression, and anger.

Young American:

Millennials in the U.S. of A. are more stressed than ever, according to a recent study.

Chill, Dude:

Easy ways to beat anxiety and learn to go with the flow.