Sunday, July 30, 2017

ViralInam.com

Come on, ViralInam.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from earlier in July is titled: "High Sugar Intake Linked To Mental Health Disorders in Men."

An IFLScience.com article from July 28 is titled: "High Sugar Intake Linked To Mental Health Disorders In Men."

Your opening:
Researchers have found that men who consume a lot of products high in added sugars are more likely to develop conditions like anxiety and depression after five years, compared to men with low sugar intake. A similar link was not seen in women, and the data showed that the opposite relationship is not true – people with mental disorders don’t tend to consume more sugary products. 
The study, published in Scientific Reports, followed 5,000 men and 2,000 women for a period of 22 years. It showed that men who consume more than 67 grams of sugar have a 23 percent increased chance of poor mental health compared to men that consume less than 39.5 grams. This finding was independent of other factors like health behavior, age, socioeconomic status, etc.
The opening from IFLScience.com:
Researchers have found that men who consume a lot of products high in added sugars are more likely to develop conditions like anxiety and depression after five years, compared to men with low sugar intake. A similar link was not seen in women, and the data showed that the opposite relationship is not true – people with mental disorders don’t tend to consume more sugary products. 
The study, published in Scientific Reports, followed 5,000 men and 2,000 women for a period of 22 years. It showed that men who consume more than 67 grams of sugar have a 23 percent increased chance of poor mental health compared to men that consume less than 39.5 grams. This finding was independent of other factors like health behavior, age, socioeconomic status, etc.
You're copying-and-pasting someone else's content.  And you've got AdSense advertisements on your site?  That's just sketchy.

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