Overeating affects the brain's reward response, study says

12/13/2010 | HealthDay News

A study found that overweight and obese people had less activity in the caudate nucleus of the brain when drinking a milkshake than did normal-weight people. The researchers said overeating may actually cause a change in the brain's reward response to tasty foods over time.

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