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Exercise makes you happier than having money, according to Yale and Oxford research

Active people feel just as good as those who don't do sports, but who earn around $25,000 more a year. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Ruqayyah Moynihan

International Editorial Content Fellow, Business Insider

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Participants could choose from 75 types of physical activity — from lawn-mowing, childcare, and housework to weight lifting, cycling, and running. Image: Facebook/Performance Bicycle
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