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A Dopamine Model of Addiction

There are two main dopamine models of addiction. 1. one that says dopamine increases in the addiction cycle leading to a “pathological wanting” 2. That dopamine decreases so that addicted people are seeking more dopamine. As you can see...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Jun 15, 2015

A New Addiction Research Agenda

In the next few weeks we will be asking and attempting to give answers to the following questions 1. What is addictive behaviour? 2. How is it defined? 3. What are the neurobiological models of addiction – dopaminergic positive reinforcement m...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Jun 13, 2015

After Being Trapped Inside A Jar, Watch Closely How It Opens Up The Jar By Itself!

If you think you can control an octopus, you’re wrong. They’re like the bad guys in movies who always manage to escape. The post After Being Trapped Inside A Jar, Watch Closely How It Opens Up The Jar By Itself! appeared first on TechPinoy...
by Tech Pinoy on Apr 11, 2015

Go Ahead and Skip Breakfast: It Doesn’t Make a Difference to Weight Loss

For years, everyone from nutritionists and schoolteachers, to parents and doctors have praised the value of a good breakfast for overall nutrition, weight loss and a happier life. This belief has driven free breakfast programs in schools for kids who...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 27, 2014

Is Your Artificial Sweetener Contributing to Diabetes?

The diet soda saga continues with new research published this week in the Journal Nature. This most recent discovery says that, rather than being a way to fight weight gain, diet soda actually alters our gut microbes which puts some of us more at ris...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Sep 18, 2014

Fat Shaming Will Not Solve America’s Obesity Problem, Only Makes It Worse

More than one-third of American adults are obese. We know this. We hear it from doctors and the media and we read it in magazines. As it continues to get worse, we seem to be socially divided on what will help to resolve the issue. Some of us see obe...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Sep 12, 2014

Fat Shaming Will Not Solve America’s Obesity Problem, Only Make It Worse

More than one-third of American adults are obese. We know this. We hear it from doctors and the media and we read it in magazines. As it continues to get worse, we seem to be socially divided on what will help to resolve the issue. Some of us see obe...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Sep 12, 2014

Medical research is …

Medical research Biomedical research, in general simply known as medical research, is the basic research, applied research, or translational research conducted to aid and support the body of knowledge in the field of medicine. Medical research can be...
by What is this ? on Jul 25, 2013

New Mesothelioma Research Could Mean Longer Life For Patients

Promising new research indicates that mesothelioma may one day be treated with advances in something called photodynamic therapy. Our mesothelioma lawyers read with interest the announcement made by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. T...
by Mesothelioma Blog Article on Oct 14, 2012

Univerity of Surrey: The University of Surrey secures £35M for new 5G research centre

A new world centre at the University of Surrey to research 5th generation technology which will revolutionise mobile and internet access in the UK has been given the go-ahead. The funding bid, made by the University to the UK Research Partnership Inv...
by Samsung Updates on Oct 10, 2012

MRI Predicts Future Alcoholics

Brain Scans may be able to predict your children's future likelihood of alcoholism.
by friday coming soon on Aug 9, 2012

New research shows medical marijuana's perils

Chemical compounds in marijuana can suppress the body's immune functions -- potentially speeding the growth of some cancers but possibly helping in the fight against arthritis, multiple sclerosis or allergies. The good-news, bad-news findings were...

Coke & Pepsi change formula to avoid cancer warning

The new formula for caramel colors in the liquids has less 4-methylimidazole (4-MEI) – a chemical type which Florida has included to its record of harmful toxins. The modify to the formula has already been presented in Florida but will be combi...
by Explore The World on Mar 11, 2012

From virus to virus…is there an end in sight?

Not any time soon. At one time the only virus that concerned us was that of the common cold. Then came flu followed by all the ones that gave us hepatitis. And then we heard of HIV and were simultaneously told of HPV. Then came the frightening news...
by bodybegood on Jan 30, 2012


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