What influences our eating habits? These and other questions were addressed by the IFB Dialogue held on October, 14th. “Kummerspeck” and emotional eating are well-known phenomena. Many people know the very situations in which a chocolate bar soothes our minds or relieves stress. Speakers: Annette Horstmann, Anette Kersting, Thomas Ellrott, &...
Horstmann in LVZ
Annette appeared in Leipzig’s newspaper (LVZ) today on August, 22nd, with the article Der Lockruf des Essens. Verena Müller, science journalist, is hosting the article online on her blog.
Long Night of the Sciences @ IFB
On June 27th, the Long Night of Sciences (aka Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften) took place in Leipzig, along with the IFB and over 40 institutions. Read more at the IFB post
“Essen aus Stress”
Radio feature at German broadcaster Radio Bayern.
Article on ravenousness
German news magazine Fokus on ravenousness (http://www.focus-magazin.de/focus-diabetes), Winter 2013, p. 48–51. Read online [UPDATE 2017] Article is not available anymore.
Anja Dietrich featured at Radio Eins
German broadcaster Radio Eins featured Anja’s work in a radio report/interview.
Annette interviewed by SciLogs
German science magazine SciLogs (by Spektrum) interviewed Annette on the relationship of obesity and the brain (German only). GO TO ARTICLE
“Is adiposity responsible for the loss of brain cells?” (IFB Blog)
Taken from IFB Blog: http://www.ifb-leipzig.com/en/blog/2012–09-27-adiposity-responsible-loss-brain-cells Is adiposity responsible for the loss of brain cells? A new study shows that adiposity apparently increases the risk for dementia. The connection between the two diseases is more complex that previously assumed. In Germany currently more than one million people suffer from the loss of their...
“Kasino im Kopf”, a BMBF-Article featuring Annette Horstmann
Read the full article online (German only).
“Food addiction starts in your brain” interview with Annette
Annette got interviewed on food addiction by German’s newspaper welt. Read the (German) article here.