Exercising…to Work? The Health Benefits

Kristal Wong In college, many students walk (or bike) to class. Yet once we leave the Dartmouth bubble, most of us, in our corporate internships or graduate school pursuits, will trade our mobile college lifestyles for a more sedentary one filled with cars and public transportation because they are more accessible. However, a study from the University of Leeds in … Continue reading

The Dangers of Snacking: The Link Between High-Caloric Food Intake and Obesity

Anahita Kodali 23′ A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Virginia found that the brain’s biological clock, the system in charge of regulating physiological rhythms (like eating and sleep schedules) is linked to the brain’s pleasure center, which creates dopamine. Eating high-calorie foods causes dopamine to flood … Continue reading