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  • Neuroscientists show stress can reduce self-control
    Neuroscientists show stress can reduce self-control
    Stress can cause people that are proactively healthy to select foods that are not good for them. Silvia Maier of the University of Zurich's Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems Research and colleagues are the first to show a direct...
  • A young girl catching some sleep
    Lack of sleep may be associated with eating too much
    There have been heightened concerns about how to best control appetite due to the obesity epidemic. An interesting consideration in this regard is that sleep appears to be associated with how much we eat. Sage Publications reported via EurekAlert...
  • Dining out
    Social modeling influences how much you eat
    In an era wherein obesity is becoming an epidemic problem it's a good idea to try hard to maintain healthy eating habits. One way to keep down how much you eat is to dine with a light eater reports the University of New South Wales. The...
  • Aussie's dog-eating crocodile caught
    Dog-eating crocodile caught: Aussie croc ate canines, began stalking humans
    After devouring a heap of pooches, a dog-eating crocodile was finally caught. Now, Australian residents can rest easy now that the blood-thirsty monster croc with an appetite for dogs -- and had recently began stalking humans -- has been trapped,...
  • Meal
    Liberal Mother Jones: Adherence to mealtimes racist, anti-science
    On Wednesday, the reliably liberal Mother Jones published an article declaring that adherence to mealtimes is racist and anti-science. The publication teased the article with a tweet declaring that "[d]ogmatic adherence to mealtimes is anti...
  • Organic or not
    Organic or Non-Organic? That is the question!
    Is switching to organic really going to improve your health?With the recent availability of everything from organic fruits to organic cosmetics one has to wonder how have we gotten along without it so far? Is there a real benefit?Recent studies...
  • Valentine's Day 2015 Dining Guide
    Valentine's Day 2015 Dining Guide
    Where to go for Valentine's Day? I've complied just a new very special spots where you and your love can enjoy a romantic evening in the heart of New York City. Of course these hot spots have AMAZING deals!Let's Eat!♥ Village...
  • Nightlife Review: San Sushi Too/Thai One On
    Nightlife Review: San Sushi Too/Thai One On
    Located in the heart of the lights and spectacle of the Towson nightlife, Thai One On is a traditional Japanese and Thai cuisine restaurant that houses specials including contemporary sushi and "Baltimorean" inspired dishes.FoodSan Sushi...
  • Breathe
    Daily Exercise, how much is Enough??
    Is 10 Minutes of Daily Exercise Enough?Make Your Health Minutes CountBy Dr. J.E. WilliamsCan any one really lose weight exercising ten minutes a day? If so, which exercise is best? Could it be done in six or eight minutes?Confused about what to...
  • Eating Gluten-Free on a Budget
    How to eat gluten-free without breaking the bank
    Fanny Seto, editor-in-chief of SF-based personal finance site Living Richly on a Budget, was always able to eat anything until one fateful day in December of 2011, when she started having anaphylactic reactions to multiple foods. Wheat was one of...
  • Guy Fieri, host of Diners, Drive-ins & Dives
    Minnesota restaurants featured on foodie T.V. shows
    Have you ever watched the Food Network and wished you could eat at one the restaurants featured on Diner's Drive-Ins and Dives, or Man vs. Food, or even Food Wars? Guess what? You can!Minnesota is home to many of the eateries showcased on the...
  • food allergy
    Food allergy tattoos for kids
    Food allergies in the US are on the rise. According to FARE (Food Allergy and Research Education), about 8% of children, or 6 million kids, have food allergies. With school starting, parents have growing concerns that their children will not...
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    My cardinal rules of food and eating to enjoy life
    So often when having an especially sublime or especially horrendous eating experience, I think to myself, this is a lesson to remember on some level. I decided to compile a few of the rules I've had in the back of my mind for some time and...
  • balance your life
    Eating, Fitness and Sleep: The Lifestyle of an Entrepreneur
    Many times in entrepreneurial routines, we get "super productive.” “Super productive” times are times when we are working more hours than normal, pushing to meet deadlines, and completing grueling projects. Hours slip away,...
  • Donuts galore
    Food cravings nagging at you?
    You should always listen to your food cravings, but that does not mean you need to give into them. They do not always have a clear meaning either as to why you are having these cravings.While there are times that your body is letting you know it...
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