Using state-of-the-art technology, researchers for the first time have measured, to the split-second, the chemical trigger that makes it difficult for addicts to just say, "No," to drugs, food, sex or other over-indulgences.
EMERYVILLE, Calif., Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Researchers experimenting with rats say they can reduce the tolerance that normally develops to the powerful pain killer morphine by giving it along with a second drug -- which could have implications for pain management in humans.
By United Press International
David Self is a screenwriter.
David Self is writing two separate screenplays for films based on superheroes Deathlok and Captain America. The screenwriter also wrote an early draft based on another superhero, Namor.
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