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Irish Examiner
Men making themselves depressed by eating too much sugar, study suggestsintake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental hea
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
intake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental health in the long-term.” Co-author Professor Eric Brunner, also from UCL, said the new sugar tax on soft drinks which takes effect in April 2018 was a “step in the right... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Men making themselves depressed by eating too much sugar, study suggestsintake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental hea
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 24 days ago
intake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental health in the long-term." Co-author Professor Eric Brunner, also from UCL, said the new sugar tax on soft drinks which takes effect in April 2018 was a "step in the right... Read more
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The News and Star
Men making themselves depressed by eating too much sugar, study suggestsintake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental hea
The News and Star / Posted 24 days ago
intake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental health in the long-term." Co-author Professor Eric Brunner, also from UCL, said the new sugar tax on soft drinks which takes effect in April 2018 was a "step in the right... Read more
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express
Sugar linked to THIS hidden issue: Scientists reveal how diet can affect mental healtha high intake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on men
express / Posted 24 days ago
a high intake of sugary foods is more likely to have the opposite effect on mental health in the long-term." Professor Eric Brunner, also at the Institute of Epidemiology and Health, said: "Our findings provide yet further evidence that sugary... Read more
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