Both the sight and smell of food can be powerful triggers that make you want to eat. Read More »
Most emergency or firehouse crews rely on a process they’ve planned out in advance.
When a call comes in, staff members immediately stop whatever they’re doing and begin using the countdown for tackling the challenge in front of them. Read More »
It’s such a strange holiday. If someone gives you chocolates, you can’t eat them because you’re on a diet. But if you don’t get any, you feel sad and left out. Read More »
When you’re facing the pressure emotions of head hunger, active things such as exercise or yelling at the steering wheel will usually work. Read More »