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4 Brain Boosting Habits Worth Spending Time On

The way you spend your free time can change your life. After all, hobbies help build our persona and formulate our interests. Hobbies can also increase our mood and ward off depression. The best and healthiest hobbies are ones that boost up the brain’s cognitive abilities. Instead of sitting in front of the television and . . . . Continue Reading


How Happiness Looks Like in Our Brain

Author: Shernide Delva Many wonder how to obtain happiness. Some may ponder what happiness even is. Few, however, wonder how happiness actually looks like in the brain. Now researchers have discovered the answer to happiness, from a neurological perspective. Happiness, according to the study, is a combination of happy emotions and satisfaction of life coming together in . . . . Continue Reading


Emergency Room Interventions Reduces Underage Drinking

In high school, drinking is considered cool but many do not realize how harmful alcohol can be until it’s too late. Underage drinking is a serious problem and can result in hospitalization. Emergency departments witness it on a regular basis when patients come in with alcohol poisoning. New surveys show that emergency departments that engage in . . . . Continue Reading


Your Brain on Prayer: It’s Like Taking Acid

Yes, you read the title of this article right. Clever, wasn’t it? The concept of “your brain on drugs” is typically a series of symptoms and effects that your mind experiences when you are under the influence of narcotics, but what about when you are under the influence of spirituality? Some people say they are . . . . Continue Reading


What is Cross Addiction?

Many people, when first going to treatment and getting clean from their drug of choice (DOC) hear that they can no longer drink and think, “If I was addicted to pills, why can’t I drink?” There’s something called having a cross addiction, which means that you are addicted to more than one substance at the . . . . Continue Reading


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