Hooked on coffee? Scientists say they may know why. FatFighterTV has a look at this story and other food and fitness headlines making news this week.
Coffee cravings may be genetic
Need a caffeine fix? You might be able to blame your genes. New research finds differences in two specific genes drive people to have more - or less - of the world's most popular stimulant.
Also see: Hidden calories and fat in coffee creamers
Movie theaters, bowling alleys don't have to list calorie counts
You may soon see calorie counts across the nation's chains... but not in movie theaters. The FDA has proposed a rule that would require chain restaurants and other businesses that serve food to post calorie counts on their menus and menu boards. But movie theaters, bowling alleys, and other places whose main purpose is not to sell food are not included.
Also see: Accurate calories on menus? Don't count on it
New York considers banning fast food toys
First San Francisco passed a law to crack down on giving away free toys with unhealthy restaurant meals for kids. Now New York City wants to do the same. Some NY city council members say banning toy giveaways would reduce the allure of fast-food restaurants and encourage the industry to offer healthier options.
Also see: Seriously? Mom sues McDonald's over Happy Meal toys
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