Category Archives: Research

Why are some games so addictive?

Some games are addictive, as anyone who likes to compete with others can testify, and the root cause of this phenomenon can be found in the brain. The reward system, consisting of an elaborate network of neural structures, evolved over millions of years to release certain neurochemicals whenever animals engage in certain activities and winning… Read More »

Myth busting Snus!

Snus is a popular smokeless tobacco used predominantly in Scandinavian countries. It is often touted to be a great way to quit smoking with healthier properties, but is this really true? We will look at a number of facts about snus and see which ones are the truth and which are just myths. Many sites… Read More »

Recent Japanese Stem Cell ‘Breakthrough’ Withdrawn

It was one of the largest stem-cell ‘breakthroughs’ in recent history, but now Japanese findings have been retracted due to major errors, with a lasting impact felt on Japan. Japanese scientists had made the amazing claim that stem cells could be produced in a quick, cost-effective and ethical way, simple by dipping blood cells in… Read More »

How to conduct clinical trials

If you want to know how to conduct a clinical trial, you should seek advice from EAG (Expert Advisory Group) before proceeding with the trial. The following guide will give you a better idea on how to apply and the steps you need to take before starting your clinical research. Application form As part of… Read More »