Hunger hormone makes high-calorie foods more irresistible

06/23/2010 | HealthDay News

Ghrelin, the so-called hunger hormone, stimulates the appetite centers of the brain to increase the desire to eat high-calorie foods, study data showed. Researchers at the Endocrine Society's annual meeting said a pill to block ghrelin's activity is under development by several drug companies and could become part of an overall weight-loss program.

View Full Article in:

HealthDay News

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Health Care

Job Title Company Location
Manager, Business Conduct
Gilead
Foster City, CA
Product Patent Attorney
Gilead
Foster City, CA
Employment Counsel
Gilead
Foster City, CA
Junior to Mid-Level FDA Associate
Morgan Lewis
Washington, DC
Global Counsel - Advertising and Promotions
Mylan Inc.
Washington, DC