The content provides a summary of a research study conducted to investigate the impact of the frequency at which individuals consume seafood on their mental health. The study involved 246 participants who completed a questionnaire about their seafood consumption and then underwent a mental health assessment. The researchers found that individuals who consumed seafood at least twice a week had significantly lower symptoms of depression compared to those who consumed it less frequently. Additionally, the study found that the participants who consumed more seafood also had higher levels of education, were more physically active, and had higher incomes. The researchers suggest that the omega-3 fatty acids found in seafood may contribute to the observed mental health benefits. However, further research is needed to fully understand the connection between seafood consumption and mental health.

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