Flexibility can support healthy eating behaviors among women

A recent study at the Hebrew University aimed to improve attitudes toward food in women with restrained eating habits who monitor their diet by training them to respond more flexibly to food cues. The results indicated that ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Parenting by lying linked to more lie-telling in children

While instrumental lies—a type of parental lie told to encourage behavioral changes—may lead to behavioral compliance, a new study by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) suggests that children ...


Adult food literacy program increases nutrition habits over time

Improving food literacy positively influences diet quality and reduces the risk of chronic diseases; however, interpreting the evidence of its effectiveness has been limited. Results of a new study in the Journal of Nutrition ...

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