Study: Hunger hormone study could lead to new ways to treat obesity

Researchers at the University of California-Los Angeles have found that ghrelin, a hunger-stimulating hormone, acts differently in lean and obese men, a finding that could help scientists understand and treat obesity. Ghrelin was lower in obese men, the study found, and its levels spiked during nighttime hours in lean men but not in the obese men, suggesting that the regulatory system of the obese men had gone awry.

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