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Why queasiness kills hunger: brain circuit identified

Wild field mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) eating a blackberry on a log with green background.

A neural circuit that could put a hungry mouse off its food has been identified. Credit: Rudmer Zwerver/Alamy

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