February 1999 Issue
Remember Your Last Meal? Good Thing
How well you remember what you ate at one meal can influence how much you eat at your next, suggest the findings from a very small, but nevertheless intriguing new study. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia compared two people with severe memory loss (but otherwise mentally intact) to two people with unimpaired memories. As they served each volunteer lunch, the researchers announced, "Here's lunch." After the meal, the researchers
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