Risk Management Tip

Is October turning into more tricks than treats?

While Halloween may be synonymous with candy, research has shown that sugar may be turning our holiday smiles upside down. A study published in Public Health Journal followed nearly 9,000 people to study the link between depression and eating sugary sweets and fast food. After six years, those who ate the most junk faced a nearly 40 percent greater risk of developing depression, compared to those who shunned junk food the most. While we aren’t suggesting you give up these foods forever, here are a few useful tips to get your cravings under control so you can develop a healthy relationship with the sweet treat.

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