Your Brain On Fentanyl - The New Deadly Drug

What Happens To Your Brain When You’re On Fentanyl – The Deadly Drug?

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid which is 100 times stronger than morphine and 50 times stronger than heroin. Simply touching it can cause a person to overdose. Fentanyl inhibits pain signals in multiple pathways along the brain and spinal cord, and it also causes your brain to make extra dopamine creating sensations of intense euphoria and relaxation.

This Herbal Compound Called Dihydromyricetin (DHM) Has Been Found To Cure hangovers

This Herbal Compound Has Been Found To Cure Hangovers

A herbal compound called dihydromyricetin (DHM) found in the Oriental raisin tree and rattan tea can cure hangovers. Hangovers are caused by ethanol – the alcohol in your drinks. Ethanol is diuretic which means it increases the flow of urine, and causes you to become dehydrated (which one of the main causes of hangover symptoms).

Scientists Have Created A Chemical That Causes Any Skin To Tan Without Sun, It Also Lowers Cancer Risk

Scientists Have Created A Chemical That Causes Any Skin To Tan Without Sun, It Also Lowers Cancer Risk

A chemical that triggers the release of melanin, a dark pigment in the skin, without the need for sunbathing or a genetic predisposition for tanning has been created. According to researchers, the chemical can induce a tan even in fair individuals with the type of skin that turns lobster pink rather than bronze in the sun due to lack of melanin.

The brain starts to eat itself after chronic sleep deprivation

Chronic Sleep Deprivation Causes The Brain To Literally Start Eating Itself, Study Finds

Chronic sleep deprivation can cause the brain to start eating itself, according to study at the Marche Polytechnic University in Italy. Astrocytes are cells in our brain that destroy and digest worn-out cells and debris, but researchers studying the brain of mice have found that these cells go into overdrive when the animals are chronically sleep-deprived, destroying more of the brain's neural connections.

Fat Tissue Can Help Treat Joint Problems []

Suffering From Joint Pain? Researchers Reveal How Your Own Fat Tissue Can Help Treat That

Injecting your own fat tissue into the joints can help treat bone joint conditions, including injuries and osteoarthritis, according to researchers at Rush University Medical Center. With the help of a new device called Lipogems, used at the time of arthroscopic surgery, researcher can now processes and uses a patient's own fat tissue to provide a potential source of stem cells and growth factors to promote healing.