Why Requiring Low-Nicotine Cigarettes Is Still Ill-Advised

Global policymakers will soon consider a policy of requiring that only reduced-nicotine cigarettes can be manufactured or sold.... Read more


Neurocognitive Rehabilitation for Addiction

Despite the widespread availability and prevalence of addictive substances in most societies (Anderson, 2006), only some drug users... Read more


Highway to Addiction: How Drugs and Alcohol Can Hijack Your Brain

The discovery of a brain circuit ‘shortcut’ could explain why some addicts unintentionally relapse, and suggests that a... Read more


More Musings on Addiction: Substances

Metabolism and basic brain interactions are only part of the story. With sufficient months or years of addictive... Read more


The Classification System and Understanding of Alcoholism

The drive to stimulate the pleasure centers trumps reason and common sense, steamrolling past regret, dismissing yesterday’s bad... Read more

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