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How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary Liars

The trip down Liars Lane There was a time when I thought I was going to ...
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Addiction: A Matter of Choice?

High levels of dopamine take the freedom out of free choicea Nobody chooses to be addicted. But as ...
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Keep Your Eyes on Your Own Plate

How social cues can affect our eating While visiting Boston for a recent symposium on food addiction, ...
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Bipolar Teens and Their Drugs

Strawberries and cream, bipolar teens and weed: Which is the winning combo? Teenagers push the limits. It’s ...
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Eight Surprising Parallels Between Food and Drug Addictions

Food may be just as addictive as drugs or alcohol. Although the jury is still out, ...
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The Genetics of Quitting Smoking

Smokers' biology affects their chances of quitting with or without medication. Here at A3 we're big ...
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The Hourglass Shape of Addiction

Everyone is an individual, until addiction squeezes us into its narrow neck. I’ve recently started interviewing ...
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Not All Abusers Are Created Equal

Pathology is often the missing piece when looking at the domestic violence or a Just as ...
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Backing Into My [Best] Self

Trying to get ready for readiness My favorite quote this year is from Tolstoi: “Boredom is ...
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Weight Control: The Biological Brain,The Psychological Mind

How mind matters in weight control: piecing together puzzling questions Weight control is the result of ...
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