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New Study Reveals Chemical Brain Imbalance in Smartphone Addicts

New Study Reveals Chemical Brain Imbalance in Smartphone Addicts

According to a Korean study recently presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), researchers have identified a chemical imbalance in the brains of adolescents addicted to their smartphones, social media, and the Internet. Forty-six percent of Americans claim …
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Nicotine Gum Market Research Key Players, Industry Overview, Supply Chain and Analysis to …

Nicotine Gum Market report provides the up-to-date industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to recognize the products and end users driving … Forecast the market size with the help of value & volume for various segments regarding main regions (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South …
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AP names the top 10 stories for Washington

The company said it will spend more than $5 billion to build another center in North America to house as many as 50,000 employees. … Months later, the cities of Tacoma and Seattle and Washington state also separately sued to hold Purdue and other opioid makers accountable for an addiction crisis …
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Epidemic of Opioid Abuse Is Top Health Story of 2017

THURSDAY, Dec. 28, 2017 — The millions of Americans caught in the grip of an addiction to opioids — prescription painkillers or heroin — remained the leading health news story of the past year.
The scourge is now so widespread that, just last… (Source: Drugs.com – Daily MedNews)
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Tramadol: The powerful painkiller that is ‘legal but addictive’

SOLD as a powerful painkiller, Tramadol is a “Class C” drug from the opiate group which includes heroin and methadone. (Source: Daily Express – Health)
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