This blog from Harvard discusses a study that found that "people who were made to feel anxious were more open to, and more likely to rely on, advice even when they knew that the person offering it had a conflict of interest."
Conclusion: "There are ways to minimize your likelihood of falling prey to bad advice.
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In a recent study, women who drank soda and ate refined grains and fatty red meats had higher chances of depression and inflammation.
A 12 year study by the Harvard School of Public Health recorded the diet and eating habits of over 43,000 women.
They noticed that their moods changed around three common foods: soda, fatty red meat, and refined grains such as pasta.
The finding suggests that women who ate these foods had a 29% to 41% increase in the chance of being depressed.
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