MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski and a Morning Joe panel discuss how people can successfully overcome their addictions to fat, sugar and salt. Brzezinski talks about her new book, “Obsessed,” which tackles the food addiction problem.
The TODAY anchors chat about the hot topics of the day, including a new study from Sweden suggesting that by sucking your child’s pacifier clean and giving it back to them, you could help them avoid eczema and asthma.
In a new book about America’s obsession with food, the co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” is opening up for the first time about her own struggles with eating disorders. She talks about what inspired the book, “Obsessed: America’s Food Addiction – and My Own.”
Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman, shares his insights on the markets, and explains why he thinks bankers "are like heroin addicts,' and high frequency trading is "legalized front running," with CNBC's Becky Quick.
While helping his son battle addiction, David Sheff explains to The Cycle hosts that when it comes to how we view and treat drug addiction, we’re stuck in the past.
Buzz Bissinger, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of “Friday Night Lights,” admits in a new article for GQ magazine that he has a shopping addiction that has cost him nearly half a million dollars. NBC’s Matt Lauer reports and addiction expert Brad Lamm discusses shopping addiction.
Investigative reporter Michael Moss joins Alex Wagner to go inside the laboratories where scientists calculate the combinations to get people addicted to junk food.
Which food contributes most to American obesity? Why does the food industry hate the word addiction? Author Michael Moss joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us."
Hada Smith, 59, cries as Judge Michael Tynan, 73, speaks at her graduation at the Second Chance Women's Re-entry Court in Los Angeles, April 19, 2013. After being a heroin addict for 42 years, and arrested 92 times, Smith is now clean. The court program is one of the first in the U.S. to focus on w
Kim James outside the Dove House, a half-way house in Durham, NC that helped her get back on her feet after struggles with poverty and addiction. James has since been able to start banking again through the Self Help Credit Union.
Men undergoing treatment for drug addiction and substance abuse play billiards at a rehabilitation centre of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Amman April 2, 2013. Picture taken April 2, 2013. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)