A student researcher found that lab rats became addicted to oreos just as much as cocaine or morphine. The student also discovered that oreos increased the neurons to the pleasure center of the brain more than the addictive drugs.
Autopsy shows Coca-Cola addiction killed womanThe dangers of addiction are not just limited to alcohol or illegal substances.
One woman, Natasha Harris, who drank about two gallons of Coca-Cola every day, suddenly died of a heart problem in 2010....
Healing Food Addiction
Hannah was distressed that, with all the inner work she had done on herself, she still found herself binge eating.
"There are times when I just can't stop eating. I feel awful after, but at the time...
Walk the Walk: Exercise and Recovery
It's February 18, President's Day, and I just got back from my morning walk along the Esplanade, a beautiful walking/jogging trail about 3 miles from my home.
This was a picture perfect morning,...
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