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People who consider their physicians helpful may have the most success in losing weight, according to a recent survey from Johns Hopkins Medicine. Res...
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People who eat on the go are more likely to increase their food intake later in the day, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of...
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Researchers at the University of North Carolina and uBiome are recruiting members for a new study that will address the role of the microbiome in eati...
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Turning to comfort food after an argument with your spouse could be less about emotional eating and more about your biology, according to a new study....
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In a study done by Queensland University of Technology, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation recently, researchers recently concluded compuls...
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People who are admitted to the hospital with anorexia nervosa can safely put on weight at a faster rate than what was previously thought. The national...
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According to a new research study from the University of South Hampton and the Solent NHS Trust, women who experience financial hardship during colleg...
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Swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen caused a stir on the Internet recently when she admitted in a delish.com interview that licking the "dust" off of Dorito...
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Men who use dietary supplements to enhance their exercise performance or their physique may have a largely unexplored eating disorder, according to ne...
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Parents of picky eaters may see their child's behavior as just a phase, but new research suggests that mental health issues like depression and anxiet...