How a Vacation Might Affect Your Weight

Daily Rx News - Ah, vacations -- sun, sand, skiing, sightseeing or other fun activities, not to mention great food. It's that last item that may be a bit of a problem.

Dr. Cooper and co-author Theresa Tokar of Texas Tech University studied 122 adults with an average age of 32. All study participants took vacations between March and August that ranged from one to three weeks in length.

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