Sugar, Alcohol, And Loneliness in Your Brain

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The brain is the most important organ in our body. It is responsible for everything that makes us human — thinking, feeling, memories, and it controls and coordinates our survival as an organism. Because of its vast complexity, it is no surprise that scientists are…

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Victor Mong

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8x Top Writer | Researcher | Writing about self-improvement, psychology, mental health, productivity, etc. Get in touch: info.victormong@gmail.com

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