Health Campaigns That Promote Exercise May Cause People To Eat More

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    ScienceDaily (Mar. 3, 2009) — New research from the University of Illinois suggests that weight-loss campaigns that promote exercise may actually cause people to eat more.

    People who viewed posters suggesting that they "join a gym" or "take a walk" ate more food after looking at the posters than people who saw similarly designed posters prompting them to "make friends" or "be in a group," the researchers found.


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