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Obesity may be impacted by stress, study shows

A new study shows that stress may play a role in the development of obesity. Using experimental models, researchers showed that adenosine, a metabolite released when the body is under stress or during an inflammatory response, stops the process of adipogenesis, when adipose stem cells differentiate into adult fat cells.
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