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Kosmetik Category:Medical terminologyGone Away (song) "Gone Away" is a song written by Mike Batt, first performed by the UK male vocal quartet the Four Hits, and released in 1968 as a single. Cover versions It was the biggest hit of the Four Hits, reaching number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. The Four Hits released a remake of the song "Gone Away" in the form of a medley with the Bee Gees song "The World I Love". They also appeared together on the BBC's Top of the Pops. The Four Hits version peaked at #9 in the UK. Dutch band Focus recorded a cover of this song in 1969 for their 9th studio album, Now!. This version of the song was the most successful release of the single with a number one single in the Netherlands, beaten by the Toto single "Africa" in late 1969. Other cover versions It was covered by Billy Ocean on his album In the Style of Billy Ocean in 1978. The song was covered in 1998 by rapper and actor Ice-T on his album Power. This song sampled and interpolated the rhythm of the sample used in "Gone Away". It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 1998. References Category:1968 songs Category:1968 singles Category:Billy Ocean songs Category:Cameo Records singles Category:East West Records singles Category:Number-one singles in New Zealand Category:Number-one singles in Scotland Category:Songs written by Mike Batt Category:UK Singles Chart number-one singlesRevisiting food anticipatory activity and appetite-regulating hormone patterns as predictors of food-related behavior. The authors assessed which of two well-established predictors of food-related behavior, food anticipatory activity (FAA) and appetite-regulating hormones, are significant in the prediction of healthy food intake and/or weight loss in college students. Subjects completed three self-report assessments. Thirty-two participants (24% male) recorded height, weight, and appetite level daily for 5 weeks. Subjects recorded meal patterns, energy intake, and portion sizes of meals on their university campus. Eighty-three percent of students (N = 25) reported eating at least one unhealthy food meal per week. The participants' averaged weekly hedonic hunger ratings (P = 0.04) were positively correlated




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