Study: Pandemic Increased Food Desires in Obese People

The pandemic didn’t fare well for persons with obesity. A recent study shows pandemic measures such as isolation led to stress and depression — triggers that cause people to eat more highly processed, sugary and junk foods and to cut back on physical activity. Researchers noted that people with obesity feel increased stress due to high mortality rates, which is compounded by a pandemic that makes it harder for them to seek and receive treatment for their obesity. The study shows...

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