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Increased brain response to appetitive tastes in the insula and amygdala in obese compared with healthy weight children when sated
Last updated: Wed, 22 May 2019 12:37:00 GMT
Altmetric score (what's this?)
- Tweeted by 19
- Blogged by 3
- On 1 Facebook pages
- Picked up by 24 news outlets
- 80 readers on Mendeley
This Altmetric score means that the article is:
- in the 99th percentile (ranked 2,371st) of the 291,066 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals
- in the 98th percentile (ranked 1st) of the 54 tracked articles of a similar age in International Journal of Obesity
Mentions in news, blogs & Google+
News articles (24)
- Obese Children's Brains May Be More Responsive To Sugar The University Herald
- Obese Children's Brains are Wired Differently When Exposed to Sugar Science World Report
- Obese children's brains more responsive to sugar Science Daily
- Research: New Study Reveals Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice Accelerated Recovery After Intense Cycling Nutrition Insight
- Not All Dietitians Recommend Low-Calorie Sweeteners In Weight Management Nutrition Insight
- Study: Link Between Low Blood Glucose and Cardiovascular Events Revealed Nutrition Insight
- Consumption Of Fructose May Promote Overeating Nutrition Insight
Scientific blogs (3)
- Brains of obese children more responsive to sugar Breaking Science News from SciGuru Science News
- ucsdhealthsciences: Obese Children’s Brains More Responsive to... Neuroscience
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News, blogs and Google+ posts
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