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Stress, obesity and pregnancy and mindfulness techniques.
Premiere Date: 10/1/2014 Hits/Views: 98,574
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Suzanne Phelan, PhD.
Premiere Date: 9/24/2014 Hits/Views: 62,517
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Barbara Abrams DrPH, RD
Premiere Date: 9/17/2014 Hits/Views: 58,621
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Barbara Laraia PhD, MPH, RD
Premiere Date: 9/17/2014 Hits/Views: 33,837
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Robert H. Lustig MD
Premiere Date: 9/10/2014 Hits/Views: 35,290
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Pathik D. Wadhwa, MD, PhD, UC Irvine
Premiere Date: 9/10/2014 Hits/Views: 58,789
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Patrick M. Catalano M.D.
Premiere Date: 9/3/2014 Hits/Views: 105,378
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Elissa Epel PhD.
Premiere Date: 5/20/2014 Hits/Views: 6,624
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Sleep deprivation and the response to food desire.
Premiere Date: 10/10/2013 Hits/Views: 97,879
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Sleep's role in learning, memory, and brain development.
Premiere Date: 12/31/2012 Hits/Views: 217,350
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How sleep is affected by race and income level.
Premiere Date: 12/31/2012 Hits/Views: 67,624
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Physical activity is factor in sleep duration & obesity.
Premiere Date: 12/24/2012 Hits/Views: 102,948
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The complex associations of sleep, stress, and biology.
Premiere Date: 12/24/2012 Hits/Views: 155,452
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Sleep and obesity and the early origin of disease.
Premiere Date: 12/17/2012 Hits/Views: 170,921
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Sleep loss is a risk factor for obesity and diabetes.
Premiere Date: 12/10/2012 Hits/Views: 707,721
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Epidemiology of sleep and obesity.
Premiere Date: 12/3/2012 Hits/Views: 185,982
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Impact on weight gain and obesity in women.
Premiere Date: 12/3/2012 Hits/Views: 169,859
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Certain foods capable of triggering an addictive process.
Premiere Date: 7/19/2011 Hits/Views: 111,909
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How and why to reduce sugar consumption.
Premiere Date: 7/19/2011 Hits/Views: 114,533
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Sugar's effect on the brain and behavior.
Premiere Date: 7/12/2011 Hits/Views: 108,111
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Factors that increase risk of eating disorders & obesity.
Premiere Date: 7/5/2011 Hits/Views: 37,382
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Sugar substitutes shape relationship to food.
Premiere Date: 7/5/2011 Hits/Views: 110,778
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Strategies to change the food environment.
Premiere Date: 6/3/2010 Hits/Views: 96,998
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Current state of research into food and addiction.
Premiere Date: 6/3/2010 Hits/Views: 121,316
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Transforming people's relationship to food and eating.
Premiere Date: 5/27/2010 Hits/Views: 94,160
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A method of treating obesity and stress symptoms.
Premiere Date: 5/27/2010 Hits/Views: 94,960
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Sugar affects dopamine and opioid brain systems.
Premiere Date: 5/20/2010 Hits/Views: 150,854
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The psychobiology of non-regulatory eating.
Premiere Date: 5/20/2010 Hits/Views: 140,756
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Insight into caloric restriction from a practitioner.
Premiere Date: 5/13/2010 Hits/Views: 152,867
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Cognitive and neural processes of food addiction.
Premiere Date: 5/13/2010 Hits/Views: 144,986
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What environmental factors contribute to obesity?
Premiere Date: 5/6/2010 Hits/Views: 239,640
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