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S-phenylpiracetam might be useful in treating obesity

S-phenylpiracetam, an optical isomer of more commonly known phenotropil, have been shown to reduce weight gain in recent studies. 

The aim of the research was to study the effects of S-phneylpiracetam, a selective dopamine transporter inhibitor (no influence on norepinephrine or serotonin receptors), on obese rats and mice fed with western diet. 146 more words


Depression is a disease! Not a weakness..

So, what is depression? It is a mental disorder. Simple.

Let’s understand this in detail. Let’s get into the shoes of a depressed person.

Everyone understands, cares, whenever one of our body parts gets injured. 1,355 more words


Straight, No Chaser: Steroid Abuse

In the conversation about drugs of abuse, anabolic steroids hold a unique position. They work very differently from other drugs of abuse, and they do not have the same acute effects on the brain. 987 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Does Sugar Make You Sad? New Study Finds a Link

(Anika Knüppel) But we still don’t know why. The thought of a cupcake, skillfully frosted with fluffy vanilla icing, may put a smile on your face, but research suggests that, in the long term, a sweet tooth may turn that smile into a frown – but not for the reasons you think… 7 more words


Melon berry salad

A dead-simple dessert to prepare and serve immediately. Super juicy and sweet melon in combination with pear and berries would be perfect if chilled and served with nuts:) Enjoy! 144 more words


Exercising for Emotional Resilience

With so many summer sporting challenges underway and the subject of resilience forefront in my mind, I started to think about how we each use exercise for different reasons. 1,164 more words