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Stress-eating: Five strategies to slow down

Stress-eating: Five strategies to slow down By: Kelly Bilodeau, Executive Editor, Harvard Womenís Health Watch Weight gain has many underlying causes but one of the most common is something we all experience: stress. Whether itís the, mild temporary kind caused by a traffic jam or major and chronic, triggered by a traumatic life event ó stress is no friend to your waistline. It can set off physical and emotional changes that drive you to…

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