Unraveling the brain's reward circuits

Food, alcohol, and certain drugs all act to reduce the activity

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Food, alcohol, and certain drugs all act to reduce the activity of hunger neurons and to release reward signals in the brain, but alcohol and drugs rely on a different pathway than does food, according to a new study. The findings could point researchers to new strategies to design weight-loss or anti-addiction drugs.

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