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Addiction Research
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People once believed a fully developed human brain was fixed and unchangeable. Scientists now know that is not the case. The discovery of the formation of new neurons forming new neural pathways in the fully adult brain showed scientists the power of the brain to change, reorganize, and grow. The brain’s incredible ability to adapt...
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You can probably spot a heavy smoker walking down the street. It can trigger visible and significant changes to your appearance. Cigarette smokers are more likely to have discolored teeth, deeper wrinkles and thinning hair. While it’s easy to see how smoking can make superficial changes to your body, you might be surprised to learn...
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Addiction as a Disease A sweeping, cultural shift has profoundly changed the perspective of clinicians in recent years. Addiction, once viewed as a personal fault, is now more accurately understood a disease – one that is influenced by environmental, social and genetic factors. In fact, earlier this year, the U.S. surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy,...
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