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<h2><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/research-sheds-light-on-why-people-who-lose-weight-gain-it-back'>Research Sheds Light on Why People Who Lose Weight Gain It Back</a><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/research-sheds-light-on-why-people-who-lose-weight-gain-it-back#comments' class='comments-small'>0</a></h2>By Brenda Goodman, MA
Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD
(Oct. 14, 2016) -- New research is shedding light on a question that has long confounded dieters and obesity researchers alike: Why do so many people regain weight ... <h2><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/1-in-4-college-students-is-hungry-survey'>1 in 4 College Students Is Hungry: Survey</a><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/1-in-4-college-students-is-hungry-survey#comments' class='comments-small'>0</a></h2>SUNDAY, Oct. 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Hunger is a surprisingly common problem among U.S. college students, a new report suggests.
Researchers surveyed nearly 3,800 students at eight community colleges and 26 four-year colleges in 12 states. ... <h2><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/health-tip-kids-dont-need-a-low-fat-diet'>Health Tip: Kids Don't Need a Low-Fat Diet</a><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/health-tip-kids-dont-need-a-low-fat-diet#comments' class='comments-small'>0</a></h2>(HealthDay News) -- It's important for kids to eat well and to practice healthy habits, but a low-fat diet isn't necessary and may even be harmful, experts say.
The American Academy of Pediatrics explains:
If dietary fats are replaced by ... <h2><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/health-tip-risk-factors-for-malnutrition'>Health Tip: Risk Factors for Malnutrition</a><a href='http://dailyhealthheadlines.com/article/daily-health-and-medical-news/health-tip-risk-factors-for-malnutrition#comments' class='comments-small'>0</a></h2>(HealthDay News) -- Certain risk factors make you more prone than others to malnutrition, which doesn't necessarily come from lack of food.
It's possible to be obese and not get enough nutrients (malnourishment) at the same time, the Academy of ...

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