Why HUNGER is more motivating than thirst, anxiety or fear: Lab mice would put their lives in danger for food 

Hunger is more powerful than thirst, fear or anxiety, new research suggests.
Scientists at the National Institutes of Health found lab mice would be willing to put themselves in danger or cut themselves off socially if it meant they could eat.
The mice also picked food over water in every scenario.
The findings have been hailed as a crucial step towards our understanding of eating disorders and how to control food cravings as America faces a burgeoning obesity epidemic.
It is the first research that pits different cravings against each other, looking at how hunger affects us in a more... read more

4 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail

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