Addiction Research & Therapy

Addiction Research & Therapy

Genetic Involvement in Addiction Behaviour

Addiction is defined as a substance or behaviour who acts as a part to study the alcohol and other drugs which leads to such behaviours. The Immune system of the body and also the nervous system plays a major part in the addiction process. Read more…

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Posted by Inhap Ardni - 20/11/2012 at 00:13

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Is Relapse A Part Of Addiction Recovery Treatment…???

Alcohol intake and substance abuse occasionally isn’t a problem for society but becomes an epic only when they lose the strength to control over themselves and get involved in anti social activities. As a result there is a need of addiction recovery programs Read more…

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Posted by Nick Johnson - 26/10/2012 at 04:51

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Internet: The New Generation Of Addiction

Society considers alcohol intake and drug usage as addiction which is a moral flaw. Not surprisingly, but present era has developed other special addictions. As according to the present studies alcohol addiction and illegal drugs intake is not only addiction Read more…

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Posted by Nick Johnson - 25/10/2012 at 05:53

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Therapy of Addiction and Alcoholism in Humans: Multiple Animal Models Stand in Need

From a practical and methodological standpoint, it is a time consuming process to develop a therapy for alcoholism and addiction for humans’ coz, it is difficult to develop an experimental animal model that poses same post behavioural effects as that Read more…

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Posted by Raks S - 16/10/2012 at 03:15

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Internet Addiction: A Turned-on Psychiatric Disorder

“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity”, as said by Albert Einstein. Day to day technology is exploring its new side angles which off course is utilised by one and all to lead a comfort life ahead. Read more…

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Posted by Veronica A - 08/08/2012 at 00:37

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