Chips, chicken wings, perhaps some White Castle? We already know that activating the cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1R) contributes to that uncontrollable urge to snack. And now, according to a new study published in Nature this week, the munchies are partly driven by neurons that, oddly enough, normally work to suppress your appetite.
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