Eating Chicken Wings Makes Kids More Aggressive: Study

by Sheela Philomena on  August 22, 2014 at 3:45 PM Child Health News
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Kids acted more aggressively when given chicken wings and chicken drumsticks compared with eating pre-cut chicken pieces, revealed new study.
 Eating Chicken Wings Makes Kids More Aggressive: Study
Eating Chicken Wings Makes Kids More Aggressive: Study

The researchers asserted that since biting food seemed to increase the activity level, aggression and noncompliance, it may not be wise to serve young children chicken wings shortly before bedtime, the Mirror reported.

Dr Brian Russell told Fox News that he would place absolutely zero chicken stock in this study.

Russell said that according to him people have been eating chicken wings and chicken drumsticks for a millennium and he did not think that it made them any more aggressive than they otherwise would have been.

Source: ANI

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