Study investigates link between chocolate and depression

04/27/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A study of 931 adults showed that those who were "possibly depressed" ate 8.4 servings of chocolate a month, while those who were most likely to be depressed had 11.8 servings a month. The findings suggest that "there could be short-term benefits of chocolate to mood, with longer-term untoward effects," researchers said.

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