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Can’t sleep? Time to snack.

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Sci is at Neurotic Physiology today, where I’m talking about snacking. Late night snacking. The kind we do when we’re…really sleep deprived. There’s a recent study looking at how sleep deprivation changes food intake and weight gain. Head over and check it out!

Scicurious About the Author: Scicurious is a PhD in Physiology, and is currently a postdoc in biomedical research. She loves the brain. And so should you. Follow on Twitter @Scicurious.

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