When Food Cravings Point to Health Problems – and When They Don't

Elsie Campbell's love of salad became more than a healthy habit when she started eating three or four heads of iceberg lettuce each day for several months. "After work, I'd go straight to the fridge and cut a wedge out of the lettuce and just eat it right there," said Campbell, 59, of Derby, England. "It was bizarre." Around the same time in 2002, Campbell noticed a small dimple on her breast. After visiting the doctor and waiting for her diagnosis, Campbell's husband Jim, a forensic...Full Story
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