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It's the brain, not the stomach, that causes hunger pangs

Brain’s 'hunger hub' could be switched off

5-May-2015

“Have scientists found a way to banish hunger pangs?,” the Mail Online asks. The question is prompted by research in mice looking at the “biological pathways” that regulate appetite and hunger.

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