Addiction

Studies show that processed foods high in sugar, fat, and salt can be just as addicting as drugs. Avoid getting addicted in the first place by snacking on nutritious whole foods and save the salty, sweet, or fatty stuff for a special treat every once in a while.

Inhaling gasoline is not good for our bodies, so why is the smell so intoxicating? Greatist checks out the science behind the noxious fumes.

April is National Stress Awareness month. Stress may just be an inevitable part of getting out of bed every morning. In small amounts, the stuff helps us stay productive and focused. Too much makes us sick. But can we be addicted to it?

While cheese is a well-loved food, research suggests the potential for opiate-like feelings to take over our bodies when we ingest too much, leaving us drooling for more — actually, doesn’t sound half bad, does it?

From 12-Step Programs to Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, there’s no shortage of ways people approach treatment for addiction. But could exercise really help the healing process?

When wanting to exercise turns to needing to exercise, addiction could be the culprit. Read on to learn the difference between a lot of exercise and too much of it.

When wanting to exercise turns to needing to exercise, addiction could be the culprit. Read on to learn the difference between a lot of exercise and too much of it.

From 12-Step Programs to Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, there’s no shortage of ways people approach treatment for addiction. But could exercise really help the healing process?

While cheese is a well-loved food, research suggests the potential for opiate-like feelings to take over our bodies when we ingest too much, leaving us drooling for more — actually, doesn’t sound half bad, does it?

April is National Stress Awareness month. Stress may just be an inevitable part of getting out of bed every morning. In small amounts, the stuff helps us stay productive and focused. Too much makes us sick. But can we be addicted to it?

Inhaling gasoline is not good for our bodies, so why is the smell so intoxicating? Greatist checks out the science behind the noxious fumes.

Studies show that processed foods high in sugar, fat, and salt can be just as addicting as drugs. Avoid getting addicted in the first place by snacking on nutritious whole foods and save the salty, sweet, or fatty stuff for a special treat every once in a while.