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Pain relief without side effects or addiction is better than opiates: Study

New findings are a milestone in the development of non-opioid pain relief. In contrast to opiates, which have side effects like respiratory depression and addiction, new compounds that stimulate adrenalin receptors rather than opioid receptors offer a pain-relieving effect similar to opiates.

Pain relief without side effects or addiction is better than opiates: Study(Getty images)
Pain relief without side effects or addiction is better than opiates: Study(Getty images)
Published on Oct 20, 2022 05:23 PM IST

Alcohol's single dose enough to permanently alter brain, cause addiction: Study

Findings of a new study imply that even a single drinking incident might lay the foundation for alcohol addiction and permanently alter brain by changing the shape of the nerve cells

Alcohol's single dose may be enough to permanently alter brain, cause addiction: Study (For representation purpose)
Alcohol's single dose may be enough to permanently alter brain, cause addiction: Study (For representation purpose)
Updated on Sep 15, 2022 08:12 PM IST

Addiction to news can harm one's mental and physical health: Study

A study found that people who have a compulsive need to constantly check the news are more likely to suffer from stress, concern, and physical illness.

Addiction to news can harm one's mental and physical health: Study(istockphoto)
Addiction to news can harm one's mental and physical health: Study(istockphoto)
Published on Aug 28, 2022 09:21 PM IST

7 ways to break smartphone addiction in children

Are you concerned that your child spends too much time on screens? Learn 7 ways to break your child's smartphone addiction from experts.

7 Ways to break smartphone addiction in children(HT gallery )
7 Ways to break smartphone addiction in children(HT gallery )
Updated on Aug 14, 2022 06:16 PM IST

Processed food addiction could be related to parents' drinking patterns

According to a new study children who have a parent with a history of alcohol problems are more likely to exhibit signs of addiction to highly processed foods.

Processed food addiction could be related to parents drinking patterns
Processed food addiction could be related to parents drinking patterns
Published on Jul 27, 2022 02:54 PM IST
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