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  • caregivers
  • In a global survey conducted by the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research, 96.5% of respondents (parent and caregivers) rated hyperphagia, which is the unrelenting hunger that severely diminishes the quality of life for patients and their families, as the most important or a very important symptom to be relieved by a new medicine. (stockguru.com)
  • appetite
  • Previous studies in this area are limited, but some suggest that the appetite-inhibiting (anorexigenic) gut hormone peptide-YY (PYY) is increased in lactation, despite hyperphagia. (open.ac.uk)
  • Your reference to American pounds leads me to suspect you are American and it may be that the term 'hyperphagia' is used that side of the pond for what we would call polyphagia, or increased appetite. (blogspot.com)
  • Significantly
  • GLP-1 in fed plasma ( F (3, 21)=5.505, P =0.006) and both ascending colon PYY ( F (3, 22)=4.638, P =0.012) and GLP-1 ( F (3, 22)=4.164, P =0.018) levels were significantly reduced in late lactation, also supportive of the marked hyperphagia of late lactation by a reduction in satiety. (open.ac.uk)