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The consumption of saturated fats at certain times of the day may "jet lag" internal body clocks and lead to diabetes and obesity, according to a new...
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Children with full stomachs who consumed cookies instead of potato chips were at a higher risk of having increased body fat, according to a new study...
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Parents who are in the habit of rewarding their children with food could be accidentally teaching them to deal with their issues through eating. A new...
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With excessive sugar consumption contributing to the rise in obesity worldwide, researchers believe sugar addiction can be treated with the same drugs...
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Patients with eating disorders like anorexia can be cured with consistent brain stimulation treatments, according to a new study. Researchers at King’...
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According to the results of a new study, people who undergo gastric bypass surgery often experience mental health conditions such as depression and bi...
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Children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, are at a higher than average risk of developing an eating disorder. Specifically,...
A study hosted by the Academy for Eating Disorders demonstrated positive results in reducing the potential vulnerabilities for eating disorders and pr...
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A recent study involving a large group of people who underwent a gastric bypass found the risk for self-harm emergencies rose after surgery. The resul...
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According to a national study by a Chapman University psychologist, between 20 to 40 percent of American men have feelings of dissatisfaction with the...