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KNDy Neurons Reside in the Hypothalamus (Red)

Caption: An important switchboard between the brain and the body's hormonal system, the hypothalamus (red) is where the KNDy neurons -- the potential triggers of hot flushes -- reside.

Credit: Life Science Databases (LSDB), Japan, Creative Commons License

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