Addiction, which affects roughly 21 per cent of Canadians at some point in their lives, can damage the brain, body and more. Unfortunately, the illness is often
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April 16, 2019 Source: University of Washington Summary: A novel type of body awareness training helps women recover from drug addiction, according to new research.
By Brian Barnett, MD If one needs proof that addiction is a disease and not a moral failing, look into the eyes of a woman who
by Graeme McNaughton Guelph Mercury A new study at the University of Guelph suggests there could be a new way to deal with the challenge of overcoming
By Ana Sandoiu New research finds that the cerebellum, a large part of the human brain that scientists thought was primarily involved in motor control, may