Muscle-Building Dietary Supplement Creatine Can Fight Depression
According to a new study published in the August 3 edition of the online issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry , women who suffer from major depression may benefit from creatine, a muscle-building dietary supplement to feel better.
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#1 Aug 8, 2012
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