Food for thought

20th January 2006 at 00:00
We're grateful for advance notice of an Edinburgh conference later this month on "diet, behaviour and the junk food generation: lessons for education."

Diet, we will be told, is as important for mental as forphysical well-being. This, it emerges, is based on "a growing body of evidence".

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