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Is Smiling the Secret to Improved Running?

  February 21, 2018   No comments

Looking to improve your running? You might want to “fake it until you make it,” say researchers. A new study found that runners used 2.8 percent less energy when they

Could Exercise Help Prevent and Treat Teen Substance Abuse?

  February 15, 2018   No comments

Is exercise the anecdote for teen addiction? That’s the question researchers from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and Cleveland Clinic set out to answer in a recent study

Could a Natural Painkiller Nasal Spray Replace Addictive Opioids?

  February 7, 2018   No comments

Could a nasal spray help people avoid opioid addiction? Well, that’s the hope of scientists from University College London who created a nasal spray that shoots a naturally produced opioid

Sober Super Bowl Sunday

  February 2, 2018   No comments

This weekend the Philadelphia Eagles will be battling the New England Patriots for the NFL Championship. Millions of people across the United States will gather to watch the game. Typical

Study: Mindfulness May Help Reduce Drug and Alcohol Cravings

  February 1, 2018   No comments

A new study confirms what many in the field of addiction already know: Mindfulness strategies can help prevent cravings for alcohol, drugs and cigarettes. Investigators looked at 30 different studies