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How Insulin in the Brain May Suppress the Subjective Feeling of Hunger

03:00 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | Bionity

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Insulin in the brain may help regulate the hunger sensation and improve functional connectivity in certain cognitive brain regions (default-mode network, DMN) as well as in the hippocampus and hypothalamus. This is the finding of a new study by researchers at the German Center for Diabetes Research ...

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