Exercise Can Help Reduce Chronic Pain, Researchers Say
September 9, 20195:07 AM ET
Heard on Morning Edition
For people living with chronic pain, getting up and moving can seem daunting. Some think physical activity will make their pain worse. But the truth is, exercise can help reduce that pain.
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
For those of you living with chronic pain, getting up and moving around could be the last thing you feel like doing because physical a
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