Recent studies find that some first-year students are indeed likely to gain weight, but it might not be the full freshman 15 and it may not all happen during freshman year. That might sound like good news, but it's not.
Doctors are concerned that students who gradually put on pounds are establishing a pattern of weight gain that could spell trouble if it continues.
Here are some easy ways to adopt a healthy food attitude:
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