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Eating junk food can raise risk of bipolar disorder, depression
Feeling depressed? It's time to cut out the unhealthy junk food from your diet as it increases the risk of psychological disorders including bipolar disorder and depression, said researchers.
Feeling gloomy? Why you should ditch your addiction to junk light this winter
If I were to offer you the choice between a bucket of deep-fried chicken or a slice of organic roast chicken, you would be pretty clear on what would be the healthy option. Omega-3s, organically grown, bioflavonoids, antioxidants… we understand how important food is to our health.
Despite crackdown, 'junk news' still flourishes on social media
Despite an aggressive crackdown by social media firms, so-called ‘junk news’ is spreading at a greater rate than in 2016 on social media ahead of the US midterm elections, according to researchers.
Multi-country study: Eating junk food raises risk of depression
Eating junk food increases the risk of becoming depressed, a study has found, prompting calls for doctors to routinely give dietary advice to patients as part of their treatment for depression.
Space junk demo mission launches
A UK-led experiment to tackle space junk has been sent into orbit.
UK’s Labour plans to ban junk food ads on prime time TV
Junk food adverts will be banned from prime time TV shows in the UK under Labour plans to tackle childhood obesity.
Fitch may slap South Africa with ‘junk’ rating
Ratings agency Fitch is likely to follow rival S&P and cut South Africa's sovereign credit rating to below investment-grade, analysts said, an outcome that would underscore worries about political uncertainty and prompt a further selloff in assets.
Less employment and more ‘junk’ jobs
While just eight men are enjoying their huge wealth, equivalent to that of half the world, new forecasts project darker shadows by predicting rising unemployment rates, more precarious jobs and worsening social inequality. To start with, there will be more than 1.4 billion people employed in vulnerable working conditions.
How junk food primes brain's food-seeking behavior
The current epidemic of obesity in developed countries should be a warning for health officials in the developing world with newly opened markets.

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