FRIDAY, Aug. 26 (HealthDay News) — A new hormone treatment that controls appetite by alerting the brain that the stomach is full could be the "magic bullet" to cure obesity, according to research conducted by a team of British researchers.

In the study, people who were given injections of the digestive hormone oxyntomodulin before meals lost an average of four times more weight in one month than study participants who were not given the hormone.

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