Researchers provide clues to whether there is a causative association between exposure to stress and a predisposition to drug abuse.
Heidi Moawad, MD
Processed foods, also described as “junk-food,” are often reported to be highly addictive in humans—leading to behavioral effects such as overeating, eating compulsions, and loss of control.
The use of e-cigarettes may precede cigarette smoking as well as the use of other substances, especially among young people.
It turns out that sleep deprivation has an effect not only on the traditional concept of “beauty,” but also on whether a person is perceived as being socially desirable.
A middle-aged man explains that his seizures occur almost daily, and he suggests that either diazepam or the recently approved cannabis (CBD) medication would help control them.
People of all ages occasionally report recurrent dreams, and there is an established association between negative dreams and daytime anxiety.
The perception of good vibes and bad vibes is among the most difficult human experiences to define. The feeling that something “feels right” or that something “just isn’t right” has been attributed to multiple factors.
Bill Gates has taken on an ambitious new project—fighting Alzheimer disease.