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A Nature paper shows that the anti-diabetic drug metformin increases circulating levels of the peptide hormone growth/differentiation factor 15, which has been shown to reduce food intake and lower body weight through a brain-stem-restricted receptor. ht

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A Nature paper shows that the anti-diabetic drug metformin increases circulating levels of the peptide hormone growth/differentiation factor 15, which has been shown to reduce food intake and lower body weight through a brain-stem-restricted receptor. https://go.nature.com/317Rjsu 

Original Article: A Nature paper shows that the anti-diabetic drug metformin increases circulating levels of the peptide hormone growth/differentiation factor 15, which has been shown to reduce food intake and lower body weight through a brain-stem-restricted receptor. ht

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