Brains may be wired to count calories, make healthy choices

Constant exposure to high-calorie foods can disrupt metabolic memory, study of fruit flies suggests

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SWEET TREAT  Constant access to high-calorie foods can disrupt a fruit fly’s ability to make metabolic memories and might have the same effect in humans, a new study suggests.

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