According to new research, eating less late at night could help stave off some of the effects of sleep deprivation.
A new study reports that being pleasantly surprised or disappointed with a certain food product can change a person's mood.
According to a new study, neurons in the dorsal hippocampus are activated by consuming sweet foods, helping form a memory of the meal.
A new study reports playground teasing about weight has lasting impact on girls' eating habits and body perception.
A new study reports bullies are twice as likely to display symptoms of bulimia as other children who were not involved in bullying.
Researchers report short sleep patterns of less than 7 hours are associated with more time spent in secondary eating and drinking, thus increasing a potential risk for obesity.
Researchers report a hormone called amylin acts in the brain to help control food consumption.
Researchers have discovered chemical circuits and mechanisms in the brain that separate food consumption from cravings.
A new study reveals how brain activity alters when presented with desirable foods.
Researchers report their discovery could open new doors for the development of drugs to control obesity and weight gain.