Lack of sleep has always been linked to poor diet, weight gain and overeating.
New findings published in the journal Appetite reveal that eating chocolate may lead to better brain function.
New findings published in the journal Pediatrics show that a baby's fever is likely not from teething, as some previous research has suggested.
A recent study found that a mother's appetite impacts the appetites of their offspring and may protect animals during times of population boom.
The "hunger hormone" ghrelin helps rats with restricted feeding schedules learn to eat more, according to a recent study.
Want your coffee black? Black like your heart! (Wait, what?)
New findings published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation show that a diet heavy in red meat may not only increase overall appetite, but also risk of disease.
New findings published in the journal Obesity reveal that women who are drinking alcohol may also be more likely to eat more as alcohol exposure sensitizes the brain's response to food aromas, increasing caloric intake.
New findings published in ACS' Journal of Medicinal Chemistry discuss how scientists have discovered a hormone-like compound that helps suppress hunger and boost satiety, or the feelings of fullness, all at the same time.
Most people have heard about the "paleo" diet, which is supposed to mimic the same diet that early mankind indulged in. Now, scientists are taking a closer look at this diet, and have found that it's not necessarily the appetite suppressor that some people claim it is.