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Remember Peter Pan? He sprinkled some of Tinkerbell’s Fairy Dust on Wendy, John and Michael Darling and as soon as they managed to think happy thoughts, poof, they became light as a feather and were able to take flight!

Well, I can’t promise that you’ll grow wings and take to the skies, but according to a new report published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology called “Better Moods for Better Eating: How Mood Influences Food Choice,” you can start yourself on the path to becoming as light as a feather. https://cornell.box.com/MoodsAndFoods

Our moods absolutely impact the way we eat. The study indicates that not only do our moods have something to say about the type of foods we choose to eat, but also how much we consume.

Professor Brian Wansink, from Cornell University’s Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and co-author of the…

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THURSDAY March 6, 2014, 2014 ? Obese teens who get too little sleep are at increased risk for heart disease and diabetes, a small study suggests.
Researchers assessed the health, physical activity levels and sleeping habits of 37 obese American youngsters, aged 11 to 17.
Among the study…
Lack of Sleep Compounds Health Problems for Obese Teens: Study

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Mississippians attribute “most obese” ranking to state culture
Mississippi was the most obese state in the U.S. in 2013, according to a new Gallup-Healthways poll —and locals are attributing the title to the state’s cultural attitudes.
According to the poll, Mississippi  had an obesity…
Mississippians attribute “most obese” ranking to state culture

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Breast cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are twice as likely to survive the disease as women with low levels of this nutrient, report University of…
Vitamin D increases breast cancer patient survival

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