Nice job, there
So, there's a story in the Guardian about children who have severe, crippling aversion to new or indeed most food. Kids who actually vomit when made to taste something new. Kids who literally cannot eat more than a handful of things. These kids, of course, can grow up to have many severe psychological problems.
The researcher in the story is quoted as saying:
“What I don’t want to do with the reporting of the story is to create panic among the parents,” Zucker said. “To pathologize something that’s not pathological.”So what headline does the Guardian slap on it?
Picky eaters may grow into depressed and anxious kids, research suggests
New study claims tendencies, which pediatricians have long advised children will ‘grow out of’, are associated with more serious conditions