This time of year, many people pack their bags and head out of town for some rest and relaxation. Vacations certainly can be good for the soul, but they may not be as good for the body. New research shows vacations can make you gain weight. And, that can be a problem, because many people don't lose it afterward.
In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks with Mayo Clinic nutrition expert Dr. Donald Hensrud about the study and what you can do to avoid weight gain while on vacation.
Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (:57) is available in the downloads. Read the script.