Researchers find biological switch linked to stress, obesity

Researchers looking at the relationship between chronic stress and a high fat diet in mice have found a neurochemical pathway that links stress to obesity. The team says blocking signals prevented fat accumulation and shrank fat deposits in mice experiments, and they hope to begin trials in people within two years.

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