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September 21st, 2016

Are the brains of obese people wired to make them want to eat more?

New research suggests that obese peoples’ urges to eat might be due to the way their brains are wired, rather than a lack of willpower. Dr. Nancy Puzziferri says that scans reveal brains acting as if subjects haven’t eaten, even after they’ve consumed a meal. Special anchor Maria Shriver reports for TODAY.

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