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- Eating fast may make you overweight and obese - 4.2
- Eating less important to stop weight gain - 2.9
- Vegetarians face eating disorders risk more - 2.8
- Teens who eat breakfast daily eat healthier diets - 2.8
- Eat out at restaurants and still lose weight - 2.4
- Eating chocolate frequently appears related to lower BMI - 2.4
- Men prefer meat, women prefer fruits and vegetables - 2.3
- New psychotherapy to treat eating disorder - 2.3
- High fat diets are realy unhealthful - 2.2
- Eating red meat linked to type 2 diabetes - 2.2

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12 gold bars removed from stomach surgery
Twelve bars of gold have been recovered from the stomach of a businessman in the Indian capital, Delhi, a surgeon treating him has said. Indians traditionally hoard gold in the belief it will bring financial security.

Age for diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in children expands 4 to 18
Now it possible to diagnose and manage ADHD in children from ages 4 to 18 (the previous AAP guidelines, from 2000 and 2001, covered children ages 6 to 12). The new guidelines describe the special considerations involved in diagnosing and treating preschool children and adolescents.

Everyday stress may lead to over eating, weight gain, obesity
Stress can take a daily toll on us that has broad physical and psychological implications. Science has long documented the effect of extreme stress, such as war, injury or traumatic grief on humans. Typically, such situations cause victims to decrease their food intake and body weight. Recent studies, however, tend to suggest that social stress--public speaking, tests, job and relationship pressures--may have the opposite effect--over-eating and weight gain.

Chocolate may lower stroke risk
Giving chocolates to your Valentine on February 14th may help lower their risk of stroke based on a preliminary study from researchers at St. Michael's Hospital.

Study provides insight into pathway linked to obesity
A new study involving the University of Iowa, Mayo Clinic and two other institutions provides insight on weight control, suggesting that a ATP-sensitive potassium channel critical to survival and stress adaptation can contribute to fat deposition and obesity.

Food aromas may prevent overeating helping obese
A real possibility does exist for developing a new generation of foods that make people feel full by releasing anti-hunger aromas during chewing, scientists in the Netherlands are reporting after a review of research on that topic.

Action steps to cut childhood obesity rates
Local governments play a crucial role in the fight against childhood obesity by creating environments that make it either easy or hard for children to eat healthier diets and move more.

Eating cherries boost antioxidant activity in body
Eating just one and a half servings of tart cherries could significantly boost antioxidant activity in the body, according to new University of Michigan research reported at the 2009 Experimental Biology meeting in New Orleans.

Vegetarians face eating disorders risk more
While vegetarians tend to eat healthier diets and are less likely than non-vegetarians to be overweight or obese, they may be at increased risk for binge eating with loss of control, and former vegetarians may be at increased risk for extreme unhealthful weight-control behaviors.

Back pain is reoccurring problem for Australians
A new study by researchers at The George Institute for International Health has found that back pain is a reoccurring problem for five million Australians.

Brain genes linked to BMI, obesity
A genetic study of more than 90,000 people has identified six new genetic variants that are associated with increased Body Mass Index (BMI), the most commonly used measure of obesity. Five of the genes are known to be active in the brain, suggesting that many genetic variants implicated in obesity might affect behaviour, rather than the chemical processes of energy or fat metabolism.

Money incentives effective for weight loss
Financial or Economic incentives (money) appear to be effective for achieving short-term weight loss, according to a report in the December 10 issue of JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association.

Eating fast may make you overweight and obese
The combination of eating quickly and eating until full trebles the risk of being overweight, according to a study published on bmj.com - site of British Medical Journal, UK.

Eating broccoli may help fight heart disease
Wishing your Valentine good heart health on February 14 - and throughout 2008" Then consider the food some people love to hate, and hand over a gift bag of broccoli along with that heart-shaped box of chocolates. Researchers in Connecticut are reporting impressive new evidence that eating broccoli may protect against heart disease.

Why some young women are at greater risk of developing anorexia nervosa
Even after more than a year of maintaining a normalized body weight, young women who recovered from anorexia nervosa show vastly different patterns of brain activity compared to similar women without the eating disorder, Walter H. Kaye, M.D., professor of psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and colleagues report in the December issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry.

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