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(Wall Street Journal) — A new National Bureau of Economic Research paper suggests that increases in unemployment lead to a decrease in fruit and vegetable consumption, with potentially long-lived effects on workers’ health.  “Among those who are predicted to be at the highest risk of unemployment, a one percentage point increase in the resident’s state unemployment rate is associated with a 2% to 4% reduction in the frequency of fruits and vegetable consumption, and an 8% reduction in the consumption of salad,” economists Dhaval Dave of Bentley University in Waltham, Mass., andInas Rashad Kelly of Queens College in Flushing, N.Y,  said.

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