Going to School with the 'Dorm-Room Diet' Late-night studying and partying can cause a college student's waistline to bulge out of control. So Daphne Oz wrote The Dorm Room Diet. She tells Liane Hansen about the methods she offers to help fellow students control their eating habits.
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Going to School with the 'Dorm-Room Diet'

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Diet-book author Daphne Oz is a student at Princeton University.

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Late-night studying and partying can cause a college student's waistline to bulge out of control.

In The Dorm Room Diet, college student Daphne Oz -- daughter of Dr. Mehmet Oz (author of You, The Owner's Manual) -- offers an eight-step program guide to eating well, staying fit and avoiding the "Freshman 15."

The Princeton undergrad tells Liane Hansen about the methods she offers to help fellow students control their eating habits.

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