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Meth, cookies have many similarities

Meth, cookies have many similarities

As a psychiatrist, I have yet to meet a patient who enjoys being addicted to drugs or compulsively overeating.

Why would anyone continue to use recreational drugs despite the medical consequences and social condemnation? What makes someone eat more and more in the face of poor health?

One answer is that modern humans have designed the perfect environment to create both of these addictions.

As reported in this New York Times Op-Ed piece - READ MORE

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