Investigational obesity drug, oxytocin, weakens brain's reward signals for food

Monday, March 25, 2019 - 07:40 in Health & Medicine

The hormone oxytocin reduces the communication between different brain areas involved in the cognitive, sensory and emotional processing of food cues that people with obesity demonstrate when they look at high-calorie foods.

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