HEALTHY LIVING
06/08/2012 12:24 pm ET Updated Aug 08, 2012

Targeting The Brain's Appetite Control Switch

Scientists in search of the control switch for the brain's dinner bell have a new clue. Researchers studying mice at Columbia University Medical Center found that when they messed with a certain protein that is found in the brains of mice - and humans - the rodents' appetite and metabolism changed.

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