Obese patients might just have a secret friend which will help them lose weight and control what they eat. A computer chip which will be implanted into a patients arm will check for fat in the blood and when someone has eaten too much, release a hormone to prevent overeating.
In tests on mice it has showed that less fatty foods were consumed once the chip was activated. Once the desired weight was achieved the chip is no longer needed. The fact that only 34% of men and 39% of females in Britain are of a healthy weight says to me that something like this needs to be done. What do you think, is this a good idea?