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The Titanic at the Bottom of the Ocean
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In this Aug. 28, 2010 image released by Premier Exhibitions, Inc.-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the starboard side of the Titanic bow is shown. (AP Photo/Premier Exhibitions, Inc.-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Why We (Really!) Hate to Diet
No wonder we can't resist dessert! We hate to diet because our brains are wired that way. Specifically, it is hunger-sensitive cells in the brain--known as AGRP neurons--that are responsible for creating those unpleasant feelings of hunger that so often lead us to fall off the diet wagon, according to scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus in Ashburn, Virginia.
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