If there's anything we could use in the U.S., when it comes to the so-called 'War on Drugs," is a better way to fight it, an ongoing battle that sometimes seems hopeless. But research is underway, with three papers appearing simultaneously focusing on probing the mechanisms of cravings in the brain.
Notorious chemophobes proclaim a doubled risk of brain-damaging chemicals since 2006. Their evidence? Same as before: because they said so!