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燦榮 | 6th May 2010 | 心理 | (41 Reads)
Worldwide, women suffer higher rates of eating disorders and obesity than men do — and a recent study may help explain why. Gene-Jack Wang of Brookhaven National Laboratory used PET scans to look at brain activity in fasting men and women as they were ex posed to the sight, smell and taste of their favorite food. Some subjects of each gender were then told to try to ignore their craving for the food.