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Brain's self-regulation in teens at risk for obesity

20:00 EDT 21 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) In a small study that scanned the brains of teenagers while exposing them to tempting 'food cues,' researchers report that reduced activity in the brain's 'self-regulation' system may be an important early predictor of adult obesity.

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