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The ventromedial hypothalamus (VMH) may be involved in

A) increasing hunger.
B) stopping the eating response.
C) processing low fats.
D) food allergies.

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Answer: B
Rationale: The ventromedial region of the hypothalamus appears to serve as the "off" switch for eating. damage to this area leads to obesity in lab animals.

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