Researchers discover Orexin, a protein associated with daytime sleepiness, may also play a critical role in bone development.
New research provides additional insight into how the brain regulates body fat and could help provide more effective methods of weight loss.
A new study reports high fat diets can impair the function of the mesolimbic dopamine system.
Researchers report a hormone called amylin acts in the brain to help control food consumption.
A new study reports sleep loss enhances endocannabinoid levels, causing hunger and a stronger desire to indulge in snacking.
Researchers report their discovery could open new doors for the development of drugs to control obesity and weight gain.
According to researchers, women who are obese and those suffering from anorexia respond differently to taste than those without an eating disorder.
Researchers report sleep deprivation may cause people to consume more calories the following day.
According to researchers, neurons generated from super obese people are more likely to dysregulate hormones related to hunger and feeding behaviors.