Breakfast, Morning Eating, and Obesity: Does When and How Much We Eat Matter?

megan-mccroryThe Emory Center for Clinical and Molecular Nutrition invites you to attend a seminar entitled “Breakfast, Morning Eating, and Obesity: Does When and How Much We Eat Matter?” Megan A. McCrory, PhD, FTOS (Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition, Georgia State University) will present the talk on Thursday, June 9 at noon in the Emory University School of Medicine, Room 190P.

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Topic: “Breakfast, Morning Eating, and Obesity: Does When and How Much We Eat Matter?”
Speaker: Megan A. McCrory, PhD, FTOS, Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition, Georgia State University
Date: Thursday, June 9 at noon
Emory University School of Medicine, Room 190P

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