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    flexibility of PWS sufferers

    Does this "flexibility" only mean "flexible movement of body parts" or "flexible control of your hunger"? Does "flexible" also have a mental meaning like "easily adjustable or adaptable"?

    34)We all know the feeling of being hungry, but a good meal soon leaves us full and satisfied. So Imagine if, no matter how much you ate, the uncontrollable desire to eat never left you.... Children with Prader-Willi Syndrome(PWS) actually suffer from this constant hunger...
    Recent research has shown that certain growth hormones can help to reduce the proportion of body fat, and improve the physical strength and flexibility of PWS sufferers.

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    Re: flexibility of PWS sufferers

    Being able to move their bodies in a more flexible way.
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