Why pot gives you ‘munchies’; what it means for HIV patients
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The same cells in the brain that usually help suppress appetite actually make you want to eat more … when you are stoned. Researchers at Yale University identified a set of brain cells that reverse their behavior when under the influence of cannabis, and say further research could help prevent malnourishment in severely ill patients who have lost their appetites.
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