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Anxiety study on flies potentially
06-09-16 Category: Anxiety, Anxiety Treatment, Research

If you went to high school and took a biology class, then you must be aware of the fruit fly, formally known by its scientific name, Drosophila melanogaster. The fruit fly has been used in science classes and genetic laboratories for decades. In fact, “fruit flies share 75% of the genes that cause disease with […]


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alcoholics brains
06-08-16 Category: Cognition, Research, Substance Abuse

“Globally, the disease burden caused by alcohol is estimated to be roughly as great as the burden caused by the use of all illegal substances together.” That’s the message from researchers at the University of Eastern Finland. They released a study this spring dissecting the different types of “changes in the brain that make people […]


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medication and therapy schizophrenia
06-02-16 Category: Mental Health, Research, Treatment

A study published this April has found that a new, holistic treatment method may benefit individuals living with schizophrenia more than medication alone. The results of this study were published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Why does schizophrenia need new treatment methods? Schizophrenia is a chronic mental illness that can result in symptoms including […]


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Microbes rule, according to Yale microbiologist Jo Handelsman, Ph.D., associate director for science at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy — and she isn’t kidding. “Microbes really run the world we live in — every aspect of it,” Handelsman recently explained. “People don’t know that when they crave chocolate, one of the […]


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potent combination against depression
05-25-16 Category: Depression rehab, Research, Treatment

Mental and physical (MAP) training is a clinical intervention that combines aerobic exercise and meditation training to improve cognition. Stressful life events can cause toxic effects on the mind and body but MAP training has shown to improve mental and physical outcomes in these stressful situations. A study published in Translational Psychiatry investigated the benefits […]


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marijuana awareness campaigns
05-25-16 Category: Advocacy, Research, Substance Abuse

Marijuana is mainstream, more or less. Websites like The Cannabist review particular strains of pot along with recipes for various foods with marijuana as an ingredient. It’s fully legalized for recreational use in four states – and legal for medical purposes in another 20. Part of marijuana’s mainstreaming has been the realization it may be […]


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Potential cocaine treatments
05-19-16 Category: Research, Substance Abuse, Treatment

The Centers for Disease and Control Prevention report cocaine-related deaths spiked 12 percent at last count. Currently there are no Federal Drug Administration approved medications for cocaine dependency, but there are a number of clinical trials testing potential medications that may soon help stem the tide of cocaine addiction and overdose. Potential cocaine treatments 1. […]


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Unhealthy Eating Habits
05-19-16 Category: Health and Wellness, Recovery, Research

When people smoke marijuana, they often overeat high-calorie foods, a phenomenon commonly referred to as “the munchies.” Lack of sleep may cause the munchies as well, according to a new study. About the study The study examined healthy 18- to 30-year-olds during two four-day stays at a research center. During the first stay, the 14 […]


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alcohol's scent distract
05-18-16 Category: Research, Substance Abuse

The earthy essences, some hint of complexity – more than a juice’s linear scent – and with a trail of ethanol that slightly burns your nostrils. Wait, what were we talking about? Rebecca Monk, Ph.D., a senior lecturer in Psychology at Edge Hill University, conducted a study to test just such a scenario: Can the […]


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fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
05-18-16 Category: Cognition, Research, Treatment

Researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center and the Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research (NKI) found that slow-wave sleep — a deep period of sleep during which the brain consolidates each day’s memories — was disrupted in adult mice that had been exposed to high levels of alcohol during brain development. This study […]

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