Study: Depressed People Eat More Chocolate
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Women's magazines are always telling us how chocolate is good for us and a mood booster. Now, University of California researchers have connected chocolate to a person's darker moods - but possibly as a cause, not a cure. Researchers found depressed people ate far more chocolate than those who are content. What will need more research: Do those feeling blue self-medicate with chocolate, or does the chocolate high lead to feeling down later?
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