Study: Stress is tied to higher levels of hunger hormone in mice

Exposure to stressful scenarios resulted in increased levels of appetite-enhancing ghrelin in tested mice, a study in Journal of Clinical Investigation found. Stress may play a role in the obesity epidemic as many people turn to fat-rich comfort foods to alleviate pressure-related stress, experts said.

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