Mapping the brain stem’s control of eating could lead to better treatments for obesity

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Mapping the brain stem’s control of eating could lead to better treatments for obesity

A new paper looks outside this brain region and reviews the various brain pathways that meet in the brain stem to control feeding behavior, using a technique that offers an unbiased look at the neurons involved, which could offer targets for better obesity drugs.

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