Who's to blame for the freshman 15?

09/10/2013 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

In some cases, students gain weight when they go to college -- commonly referred to as the "freshman 15." Experts are divided on what causes the weight gain, with some saying students are wired to select high-fat, sugary food when it is presented and others asserting that students should take responsibility for their own habits. This year, researchers will study how food presentation and accessibility in a university dining hall affect students' choices.

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