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How to Eliminate Fussy Eating with the ‘Three Rs’

Parents could banish their children’s fussy eating habits by following three simple steps, a new study suggests. ...

Eating in the absence of hunger: a recipe for expanding waistline

A QUT researcher has had an article on how compulsive snacking is a major cause of weight gain published in the international ...

More than just picky eating

Eating disorders experts weigh in on Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder – two years after classification as a mental health condition ... Full story

New videos raise awareness of impact of eating disorders on those affected and their carers

Two new videos aim to raise awareness of the impact of eating disorders on those affected by the conditions and their carers. ... Full story

Eating disorder prevention program expands online

by Marketing and Communications - A powerful education tool to help prevent eating disorders in children and young adolescents is being expanded for young adults in the high-risk years between 18 and 25. ... Full story

Eating Less During Late Night Hours May Stave off Some Effects of Sleep Deprivation, Penn Study Shows

New Studies Point to Clues for How to Offset Cognitive Deficits and Weight Gain Associated with Sleep Deprivation by Altering Timing of Meals and Snacks ... Full story

Research links impulsivity and binge eating

Do you get impulsive when you’re upset? If so, this could be putting you at risk for binge eating. ... Full story

Snacking on Protein Can Improve Appetite Control and Diet Quality in Teens

Soy-protein snacks promote feelings of fullness and reduce unhealthy eating habits in young people ... Full story

Sexual orientation, gender identity linked to eating disorders

Study shows elevated risk for transgender, lesbian, gay and bisexual students ... Full story

In Anorexia Nervosa, Brain Responds Differently to Hunger Signals

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have pinpointed differences in brain function that may help to explain how people with anorexia nervosa can continue to starve themselves, even when already emaciated. ... Full story

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