Power Of Imagination May Help Dieters

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"Late Inning Drama" Episode Guide

Episode 1: Odd Manager Out The Arrows have a new manager, but he's not what he seems. Masters thinks there's a killer on the team, but all his evidence is circumstantial. Meanwhile he's giving up monstrous home runs. Will the team crack their los...

In Memory Of Susan Merriweather

With great regret, we wish to inform you of the death of Onion News Network international reporter Susan Merriweather. Susan, who started at the Onion News Network as Today Now's denim correspondent in 2002 and worked her way up to become one of the netwo...
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Power Of Imagination May Help Dieters

A study by Carnegie Mellon researchers showed that when subjects spent time imagining they were eating a particular kind of candy, they ate less of that candy than did control groups. What do you think?

  • "I'm not sure I follow you. Where's the candy?"

    Al Gibbs
    Systems Analyst
  • "That sounds easier than me using my powers of eating less and exercising."

    Tina Avila
    Water Quality Tester
  • "How does one go about gaining admittance to this delicious ‘control group’?"

    Norbert Bacich
    Mixer
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