Day: November 4, 2016

Delayed gratification is good for your health, study finds

Recent research suggests that the ability to delay immediate gratification is associated with less frequent consumption of fast food. Away-from-home eating – fast food in particular – is a known contributor to America’s obesity epidemic. “Study results show that insights from behavioral economics – in particular, our ability to delay gratification – may explain why some individuals find it […]

UCI vice chancellor speaks at Compton High School on higher ed opportunities

Visit is part of continuing effort to further increase diversity among UC undergrads