Canada Could Come to the Fore in Cannabis Research
The coming legalization of recreational marijuana is already increasing funding for studies, but regulations on such research have been slow to change.
Canada Could Come to the Fore in Cannabis Research
Canada Could Come to the Fore in Cannabis Research

The coming legalization of recreational marijuana is already increasing funding for studies, but regulations on such research have been slow to change.

The coming legalization of recreational marijuana is already increasing funding for studies, but regulations on such research have been slow to change.

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Exercise Warms the Brain, Causing Mice to Eat Less
Exercise Warms the Brain, Causing Mice to Eat Less
Kerry Grens | Apr 24, 2018
Directly activating a heat sensor also sensitive to capsaicin in chili peppers in the hypothalamus had the same effect as exercise.
Hormone Released by Bone Suppresses Appetite
Hormone Released by Bone Suppresses Appetite
Abby Olena | Mar 8, 2017
A protein secreted by osteoblasts crosses the blood-brain barrier to regulate hunger in mice.
Fat Labs
Fat Labs
Tanya Lewis | May 4, 2016
The tendency of Labrador retrievers to overeat is tied to their genes, researchers report.
Controlling Cravings
Controlling Cravings
Jef Akst | Dec 29, 2015
A hormone made in the liver controls how much sugar mice eat, according to a study.
Another Obesity Drug Trial Death
Another Obesity Drug Trial Death
Kerry Grens | Dec 2, 2015
A second patient taking an experimental medication to treat Prader-Willi Syndrome has died of blood clots.
Allele Linked to Obesity in People
Allele Linked to Obesity in People
Kerry Grens | Nov 3, 2015
A single nucleotide polymorphism in BDNF is tied with lower levels of the protein and higher body-mass index.
Battling the Bulge
Battling the Bulge
Bob Grant | Nov 1, 2015
Weight-loss drugs that target newly characterized obesity-related receptors and pathways could finally offer truly effective fat control.
Neuroscience of Marijuana Munchies
Neuroscience of Marijuana Munchies
Ruth Williams | Feb 18, 2015
Cannabinoids cause appetite-suppressing neurons to produce an appetite-stimulating hormone in mice.