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Fermented foods and fiber may help you reduce stress

Scientists from APC Microbiome Ireland and elsewhere found that fermented foods and fiber may help people reduce stress.

Fruits and vegetables could help improve mental health in women

Scientists from Warsaw University of Life Sciences found eating fruits and vegetables may help improve mental health in women.

Vegetarian diet may increase your depression risk, study finds

Scientists from the Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences found that eating a vegetarian diet may increase depression risk.

Vitamin D may not improve depression and physical functions, shows study

Scientists from Amsterdam Public Health Research Institute found that vitamin D 1200 IU/day does not improve depression and physical functions in older people.

Eating more nuts may help lower the depression risk

Scientists from Universidad de Castilla La-Mancha found that eating more nuts is linked to a lower risk of depression. Depression is a mental health disorder...

Ultra-processed foods may make you feel depressed, anxious

Scientists from Florida Atlantic University found that ultra-processed foods may make people feel anxious or depressed. Depression (also called a major depressive disorder or clinical depression)...

Too much sugar in diet could make you have these mental problems

Scientists from the University of Colorado found that conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (ADHD), bipolar disorder, and even aggressive behaviors may be...

Eating chocolate could help boost your cognitive function, study finds

Scientists from the University of L'Aquila found that cocoa and chocolate are not just treats—they are good for your cognition. Scientists have found that flavonoids,...

Omega-3 linked to lower depression risk

Scientists from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria found that moderately consume fish and omega-3 may help lower depression risk. Omega-3 fatty acids...

Eating fruit more often could help reduce depression

Scientists from Aston University found that people who frequently eat fruit are more likely to have greater positive mental well-being and are less likely...