Peter Whybrow

University of California, Los Angeles

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Psychiatrist, and Director of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and author of American Mania: When More Is Not Enough

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This is the holiday when gluttony is not just acceptable, it’s almost required if you try to taste everything on the Thanksgiving table.

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This is the holiday when gluttony is not just acceptable, it’s almost required if you try to taste everything on the Thanksgiving table.

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This is the holiday when gluttony is not just acceptable, it’s almost required if you try to taste everything on the Thanksgiving table.

Overconsumption: The American Way

This is the holiday when gluttony is not just acceptable, it’s almost required if you try to taste everything on the Thanksgiving table.

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