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Japan's All-star Speed Eater Suffers Professional Injury

A Japanese man who set a world record by wolfing down dozens of hot dogs within minutes has suffered a severe jaw injury due to his rigorous training, making his next title uncertain. Takeru "Tsunami" Kobayashi said he can only open his mouth to make a gap the size of a fingertip after bein...

Ordinary Chores Cause Half of All Eye Injuries

...d have a Z-87 logo stamped on the frames) and follow these tips: Wear safety glasses with side protection or goggles when mowing or using a weed eater or power cutting tools, like saws or trimmers. Check your yard and remove debris before mowing. Turn off power tools when near an unprotected ...

Are You A Stress Eater? Revolutionary Program Reduces Overall Stress and Stress Eating Tendencies

...ess and improving quality of life. The Stress eater Quiz ( www.stresseaterquiz.com ), a new diagnostic... dietary solutions. The Quiz is part of The Stress eater Diet ( www.stresseaterdiet.com ), a comprehensive ...nergy normally experienced from stress. The Stress eater Diet offers weekly meal plans that are easy-to-fol...

America's Worst Restaurants for Kids Revealed

... book. With more than half a dozen sandwiches under 300 calories, plus a slew of soups and healthy sides to boot, Subway can satisfy even the pickiest eater without breaking the caloric bank. But, despite what Jared may want you to believe, Subway is not nutritionally infallible: Those rosy calorie count...

American Bests Japanese Hot Dog Eating Champion, Sets Record

... A world record-breaking eater ended the six-year reign of a Japanese champion Wednesday, gobbling a whopping 66 weiners in a mere 12 minutes in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog E...

Stop and think before you eat

... obesity. Being disinhibited also predicts adult weight gain--30 pounds more over 25 years up to age about 60 years. However, "being a restrained eater also helps offset the effect of disinhibition," Roberts added. "Restrained eaters are those who count calories (and) tend to shop for low-fat foods. S...
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