New study shows strong link between selenium levels and depression

The results of this research, a collaboration between the University's
Psychology and Human Nutrition departments, and published in the
prestigious Journal of Nutrition today, suggests that there is a
relationship between selenium concentration and depressive symptoms and
negative mood among young adults. Young adults with either too low, or
too high, levels of selenium showed the highest risk of depressive
symptoms and poorer mood. However, lower concentrations of selenium were
found to be even more detrimental to these outcomes.

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