Overeating

The Super Bowl is here, and so is your chance to fill up on nachos, wings, and kegs full of beer. But to keep those resolutions in check once the whistle blows, consider adding this portion guide to your pre-game playbook.

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Another year, another of crop of super important health studies. We’ve rounded 'em up and broken 'em down.

Don’t judge a book by its cover? A new study finds people with high BMIs are more likely to die from heart disease, despite research suggesting it’s possible to be overweight and still be in shape.

Looking for a trimmer waistline, better vision, and some much-needed social time? Get up from the computer during lunch — those emails aren’t going anywhere.

Make the food the main event by taking time to pay attention to flavor and texture. Turning off the TV, ditching the iPhone, and putting away the book at dinner can make it easier to listen to the body’s signals for fullness.

Chances are we'll want a little (or a lot) of everything on the Thanksgiving table — but when it comes to proper portion size, what’s juuust right? The results may surprise you!

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Make the food the main event by taking time to pay attention to flavor and texture. Turning off the TV, ditching the iPhone, and putting away the book at dinner can make it easier to listen to the body’s signals for fullness.

Watch out for the temptation to pig out among friends and family.

Looking for a trimmer waistline, better vision, and some much-needed social time? Get up from the computer during lunch — those emails aren’t going anywhere.

After working a late day at the office, nothing sounds better than curling up on the couch, turning on the TV, and chowing down on some food. But that little slice of heaven may be hell on the body.

Don’t judge a book by its cover? A new study finds people with high BMIs are more likely to die from heart disease, despite research suggesting it’s possible to be overweight and still be in shape.

Take a chill pill at the dinner table. A new study suggests people who eat more slowly tend to eat less.

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