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Poor Results For Supplementation To Curb Depression In First-Of-Kind Study

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Supplementation with omega-3s, folic acid, vitamin D3, calcium and selenium did not reduce MDD onset in overweight subjects with history of depression, according to first RCT on effectiveness of two nutritional strategies and their combination in preventing depression among high-risk subjects.

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