Pro-inflammatory Effects of E-cigarette Vapor

Guy with E-cigarette Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use Sign Up for Dr. Mark Gold’s “Research You Can Use” E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that emit doses of vaporized nicotine, or non-nicotine solutions, aimed at providing an identical sensation to inhaling tobacco smoke, without the smoke. These claim to help bypass many of the health risks associated with [...]
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Drinking During Breastfeeding Linked to Later Cognitive Inhibitions in Children

Mother not drinking during breastfeeding Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use Sign Up for Dr. Mark Gold’s “Research You Can Use” A recent study has noted a significant impact of drinking while breastfeeding upon children’s future cognition. Infants exposed to alcohol through breastmilk were found exposed to dose-dependent reductions in their cognitive abilities. The study, that appeared earlier this [...]
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“Bravery” Cells in the Hippocampus Indicate New Treatments for Anxiety

Person stressed and needs New Treatments for Anxiety Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use Bravery and risk-taking behavioral tendencies vary from individual to individual. Some can go skydiving and have the most amazing time, whereas some may feel dizzy just being on the third floor of a building. Diversity is a reality, and it’s important in helping to explain individual differences. Variations [...]
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Exercise Can Help Prevent Relapse into Cocaine Addiction

Lady in recovery from Exercise and Cocaine Addiction Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use Sign Up for Dr. Mark Gold’s “Research You Can Use” Exercise has been proposed as “treatments” for an array of illnesses from Parkinson’s to cancer. Yet, there exists rarely enough evidence that is consistent from animal research to humans as there does for drug addiction. Exercise really is [...]
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