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Food Insecurity Exacerbates Mental Health Problems

by Savitha C Muppala on April 4, 2011 at 6:16 PM
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 Food Insecurity Exacerbates Mental Health Problems

A recent study conducted by a team from University of Otago in Wellington has found the link between food insecurity and mental health issues.

Many thousands of adults in New Zealand are facing immense psychological distress due to lack of access to nutritious and hygienic food.

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The risk of food insecurity is much more for women as compared to men. It is imperative to tackle the problem of food insecurity and mental health together.



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