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People who consider their physicians helpful may have the most success in losing weight, according t...
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People who eat on the go are more likely to increase their food intake later in the day, according t...
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Researchers at the University of North Carolina and uBiome are recruiting members for a new study th...
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Parents of picky eaters may see their child's behavior as just a phase, but new research suggests th...
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Vulnerability to anorexia might be connected to a mother's stress levels during pregnancy, according...
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It has been suggested according to research published in the International Journal of Eating Disorde...
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It was only two years ago - in May of 2013 - that Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)...
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While awareness is more prevalent than it has ever been, eating disorders are still sending too many...
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Positive reinforcement is a better tactic to encourage healthy eating than negative messages along t...
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Research has shown that a high-protein diet can help adults maintain a healthy weight, but a new stu...