Effect of Regular Gum Chewing on Levels of Anxiety, Mood, and Fatigue in Healthy Young Adults

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Due to an oversight on the part of the results of the manuscript, some minor errors were published in journal “Clinical Practice & Epidemiology in Mental Health, 2011, Vol. 7, pp. 133-139.” Related Article:

The correct results are “At 4 weeks, 13 drop-outs of 2 weeks and another 4 intervention participants did not reply. Forty-nine participants were included in the analysis, and thirty-two participants completed the study. For the 17 drop-outs, the scores were higher for two factors of the POMS than they were for the 32 participants.” on pp.135 and “All of the 20 participants were found to have chewed gum for more than 13 days.” on pp.136. All the numbers in the Tables and Figures are correct.