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High dietary exposure to isoflavones may improve a man's chances of staying-free from depression.
Eating seaweeds regularly may make depression less likely to occur in an individual.
Daily intake of soft drinks may facilitate the onset of anxiety and depression in adolescents.
High rate of consumption of sugar may increase the incidence of depression.
Fondness for sugar-sweetened beverages may push an individual closer to depression.
Lovers of sugar-sweetened beverages and foods may be at high risk of developing recurrent depression and common mental disorder.
Cigarette smoking may heighten the risk of depression in middle-aged and older women.
Cigarette smokers may be highly vulnerable to depression.
Adequate intake of fruits and vegetables may decrease the incidence of depression in middle-aged women.
Depression is less likely to occur in elderly individuals on high tomato diets.
High dietary ingestion of vegetables may help to keep depression away from the elderly.