JUNK FOOD AND VIOLENCE

from ToDo Institute Japanese children “consume incredible amounts of soft drinks and junk food,” says Hiroshi Osawa, a retired psychology professor at Iwate University. According to Iwate, the consequences go beyond poor nutrition and expanding waistlines. This junk food diet may be contributing to Japan’s alarming juvenile crime wave. According to Osawa, “There is a…

CHANGING YOUR ROUTINE CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT

by Health News A new weight-loss approach being pioneered by psychologists sounds too good to be true–because there is no actual dieting involved. Those following this new approach, which is undergoing clinical trials at the University of Hertfordshire, are not instructed at any time to follow a specific diet or exercise, but the results suggest…