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The Science of Hunger

For decades, most understood the process of weight gain through a simple maxim: the more you overeat, the more weight you add to your body. But new research suggests that basic rule may have it backwards - that it may be the process of gaining weight that causes people to be hungry and overeat. Kojo explores the latest research on the science of hunger.

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