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Angel Planells, registered dietitian nutritionist; spokesman, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Karla Luna, registered dietitian; clinical nutrition supervisor, Baylor Scott & White Healthcare.
Minerva Endocrinology: “Stress and Eating Behaviors.”
Nursing Older People: “An Overview of Appetite Decline in Older People.”
American Cancer Society: “Caring for the Patient With Cancer at Home.”
Cardiff University Common Cold Centre: “Symptoms.”
Chest: “Chicken Soup Inhibits Neutrophil Chemotaxis in Vitro.”
Mayo Clinic: “Morning Sickness,” "Gastroparesis," "Gastroenteritis: First Aid," "Migraines," "Anemia."
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: “Hypothyroidism (Underactive Thyroid).”
Hippokratia: “Hypothyroidism -- New Aspects of An Old Disease.”
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: “Gastroparesis.”
Neurology: “The Migraine Postdrome.”
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: “Anemia.”
CDC: “What Is Inflammatory Bowel Disease?”
Cleveland Clinic: “Irritable Bowel Syndrome,” "Concussion."
Journal of Endocrinology: “The role of Corticotropin-Releasing Factor in Depression and Anxiety Disorders.”
North American Brain Injury Society: “Olfactory Dysfunction After Minor Head Trauma.”
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