Feeling stressed? Eat more.

10/1/2003 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

A researcher at the University of California at San Francisco is set to publish a study indicating a biological link between increased stress and a greater appetite. Foods high in fat, sugar and calories seem to have an ability to calm stress and give more understanding of the notion of "comfort food."

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