Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Study finds that people who are depressed eat more chocolate

Scientists from the University of California reported that men and women who suffer from depression tend to eat more chocolate than others, consuming an average 8 servings of chocolate per month versus 5 for those not feeling depressed.

Researchers, however, noted one troubling outlier in the data: an unidentified man on Manhattan's Upper West Side who consumed more than 75 servings of chocolate per month, and was quite happy.

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