You’ve heard of the Freshman 15…well, now there's the Trump 15. At least that’s what some are calling a rise in weight gain since the election.
According to a new survey, political anxiety and nonstop news have driven many people to eat and drink more than usual. And this emotional eating and drinking is not partisan.
A survey by the American Psychological Association found that national stress levels saw the sharpest rise in a decade, with 59% of Republicans and 76% of Democrats saying they want an escape from reality.
SOURCE: Women’s Health