Word on the Street: Distractions curb cravings
New research shows distractions could help curb food cravings.
Dr. Richard Weil, from Mount Sinai Hospital, tested the effects of simple 30-second distractions like tapping the forehead.
Weil says the distraction could help reduce hunger cravings.
News 12 hit the street to ask residents what they do to control cravings.