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Discovery of Hunger Mechanism Could Prompt Obesity Drug

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. We eat when we are hungry and stop when we are full without ever really giving a second thought to what controls these sensations. In a recent study, researchers uncovered the mechanism behind the enzyme that controls our appetite, and believe the findings could lead to a more effective way to control weight gain in humans.
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