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Higher Sugar Intake Linked to Depression in Men

09:59 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Medscape

Men who have more than 67g of sugar per day -- about the amount found in two cans of cola -- could be increasing their risk of common mood disorders by 23% after 5 years, compared to those with consume less sugar.
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