Still Thirsty? It's Up To Your Brain, Not Your Body

A study in mice suggests that our brains tell us when to start and stop drinking long before our bodies are fully hydrated.

Thirst is what compels us to start hydrating. Now scientists have found a brain circuit in mice that seems to switch off thirst when they’ve taken in enough fluid and before it gets dangerous.

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Source: NPR