Contact: Aline McKenzie
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Caption: Research by (from left) Drs. Mario Perello, Michael Lutter, Jeffery Zigman and their colleagues at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas suggests that there are situations in which our brains drive us to seek out and eat very rewarding foods, even if we're full.
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