#Obesity and Responsiveness to #Food Marketing Before and After #Bariatric Surgery

Although food marketing is often accused of increasing population obesity, the relationship between individual responsiveness to marketing and obesity has yet to be established: Are people with obesity more responsive to food marketing and, if so, is it a stable trait or can it be reversed by bariatric surgery? We studied the responses to three common marketing tactics that frame foods and portions as healthier … Continue reading #Obesity and Responsiveness to #Food Marketing Before and After #Bariatric Surgery

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Association between self‐reported night #sleep duration and #cognitive function among older adults with intact global cognition

The purpose of this study was to clarify the association between self‐reported night sleep duration and cognitive functions such as word memory, story memory, attention, executive function, and processing speed of older adults with normal global cognitive function. Methods A total of 241 functionally independent older adults (mean age, 75.5 ± 6.4 years) participated in this study. No participants had a history of dementia diagnosis, … Continue reading Association between self‐reported night #sleep duration and #cognitive function among older adults with intact global cognition

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