Food and Mood—April 2014 (1 Credit)
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“Food and Mood” examines how food acts on the brain and behavior in children. First, get the real deal on how artificial food dyes affect behavior. Next learn how the chemicals in chocolate act on the brain. Then, read practice-friendly tips from integrative psychiatrist Dr. Victoria Dunckley on how nutrition, exercise, and especially reducing time in front of an electronic screen can combat childhood obesity. Plus, find updates on the latest research and news in child psychiatry.
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