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Long-Term Marijuana Use Changes the Brain

Long-term marijuana users have more activity in the brain reward processes when presented with cannabis cues.          The study ...

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Lighting Color Affects Sleep-Wake Cycle

A research team finds out how different colours of light affect the ability to sleep.          In a study, mice ...

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The Stress-diabetes link

Researchers have found a positive link between emotional stress and diabetes that controls anxiety.          When individuals are stressed, ...

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Evidence of Hearing Damage in Teens

Research on tinnitus has indicated an alarming level of permanent hearing damage in young people.          Researchers performed hearing tests ...

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Dietary Supplement May Prevent and Reverse Brain Aging

Research shows remarkable anti-aging properties that can prevent and reversemass brain cell loss.          In this study, the mice ...

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Formerly Depressed Adults Achieve Complete Mental Health

Approximately two in five adults (39 percent) who have experienced major depression are able to achieve complete mental health.         ...

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The Use of Stress Receptor in Emergencies.

A stress receptor in the brain has been found to regulate metabolic responses for stressful situations differently in female and ...

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Ever-Changing Moods Are Toxic For Bipolar Patients

A study shows that the blood of bipolar, patients is toxic to brain cells and affect the connectivity of neurons.         ...

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Drug abuse and Depression

Research shows that ketamine acts as a fast-acting antidepressant.          The benefits of ketamine, a synthetic analogue of PCP, ...

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Regular Exercise May Stave Off Alzheimer’s

Studies highlighted on how habit of alcohol use may make it difficult to control nicotine addiction.          Thirty men and women ...

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Depression and Antidepressant Drugs

Current research demonstrates ketamine’s effect for treating depression in a mouse model of depression.          Depression is the second ...

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Brain Images: AA Reduces Cravings

Long-term Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) members have reported little or no craving for alcohol.          In the first study ...

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