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Do You Have Fat Hairs in Your Brain?

We learn something new about obesity every day. We've learned that being fat starts in your brain, and now scientists say that appetite regulation has to do with the HAIRS in your brain. In other words, if you have fat brain hairs, you'll have a fat body.

These tiny hairy projections, called cilia, are present on almost every cell of the body--including the brain. New research shows that the cilia on our appetite-regulating brain cells control whether our bodies get the "stop eating" signal in time for us to lay down our forks when we've had enough.

In LiveScience.com, Jennifer Welsh quotes researcher Bradley Yoder as saying, "Most neurobiologists aren't even aware that there are cilia on neurons. Very little has been known about what the neuronal cilia are actually doing."

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