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Food and mood

New research centers on link between nutrition and brain function

By Bina Venkataraman
Globe Correspondent / December 7, 2009

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Not all foods are created equal, whether the goal is having a healthier heart or losing weight. And the same could be true when it comes to what we eat and how depressed or happy we feel, how well we learn, and whether we suffer from mental illness. (Full article: 1161 words)

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