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Experts who research addiction have long argued that it is a disease of the brain. Now, in a new paper, they present a model of addiction, broken down into three key stages, to illustrate how the condition
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Addiction is not a disease: A neuroscientist argues that it’s time to change our minds on the roots of substance abuse |
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Scalia, Thomas & Alito have totally lost it: The complete and utter incoherence of the conservative Supreme Court justices
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