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Want to lose weight? Eat in a crinkly plate

“This seems like a good idea,” said Dr Paul Christiansen from the University of Liverpool’s school of psychology. “If people think they have eaten a full plate of food ... how tableware design can con... read more

WVU researchers assess how a vegetarian diet can help prevent or control diabetes

Participants were instructed to fill at least half of their plates with fruits and vegetables. All of the participants either had or were at risk of developing metabolic syndrome. Those who stuck to t... read more

Want to watch the night sky from the salt flats of Bolivia? Here’s how

The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him ... and want the best personal trainers flown in, and a special diet created. We sort out all of this.” To keep it all running se... read more

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The surprising impact happiness has on health, relationships and even the economy

Monterosso is part of a nexus of thinkers across academic fields at USC—from economics to gerontology, from psychology to religion—who investigate ... Incorporating exercise, talk therapy, sleep, medi... read more

DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Why we should all keep busy doing...nothing!

It’s surprising how these four ... stuffing ourselves when we feel down, yo-yo dieting or just generally feeling guilty about whatever we eat. Dr Fairburn helps readers understand food in relation to ... read more

Inside the myth-busting lab of food psychologist Traci Mann

The experiment led to a surprising discovery ... wellness has made her a rising star in the niche field of food psychology. In her book, out April 7, Mann takes aim at the $20 billion diet industry. D... read more

The History of Texas Back Institute

It is always interesting when you innovate and apply new techniques ... we worked with Spinal Concepts to design a product called InFix. It basically rests on the endplates and preserves lordosis, whi... read more

Game Brain Science: How Your Super Bowl Team Plays Can Sway What You Eat

But "what's more interesting is what happens Monday," she says — because ... make a pretty good food for Super Bowl fans' emotions from a neuroscience (if not a diet) perspective The sensation of pain ... read more

Japan’s Bread Shokunin

It may come as a surprise given the rice-based reputation of Japan ... pushed a fierce agenda of “Westernization”—a key part of which was a more Western diet—and bread became a staple. Shogo Wada, one ... read more

50 of the Best Podcasts to Listen to Right Now

Sadly not a series of wellness monologues delivered by Seth MacFarlane’s foul-mouthed bear, but rather lectures by a global community of thought leaders, curated under the banner of Technology, Entert... read more

Scientist explores the nexus between appetite and psychology

And that is exactly where her new book focuses: at that nexus between appetite and psychology. In its pages ... Take this all with the proverbial grain of salt This isn't a diet book, says Herz. But s... read more

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