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Pediatric Obesity and Depression Neurologically Linked

News   Apr 25, 2018 | Original Story by Erin Digitale for Stanford University

 
Pediatric Obesity and Depression Neurologically Linked

Manpreet Singh (standing) and her team are studying brain abnormalities that may link depression and early-life obesity. The other team members are (from left) Akua Nimarko, Sara Leslie, Melissa Packer, Danielle Wall and Yevgeniya Zaiko. Credit: Paul Sakuma, Stanford University

 
 
 

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