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Oxytocin May be Used for Relief From Alcohol Withdrawal

By Emily Murray Chances are you’ve probably heard of oxytocin but perhaps in it’s more generalized nickname – the ‘love hormone.’ Oxytocin is a chemical that is released in the brain and results in bonding either a couple together or even a newborn to it’s mother. Now it’s believed that oxytocin not only plays a … Continue reading Oxytocin May be Used for Relief From Alcohol Withdrawal

Oxytocin – the “love hormone” plays a role in men’s lives too

By EmilyM So “Love Potion No. 9” may have simply been a catchy song of the 60s, but many doctors and scientists have believed for some time now that a natural love potion of sorts really does exist. It’s called oxytocin. It’s the same natural chemical that bonds mothers with their children and even women … Continue reading Oxytocin – the “love hormone” plays a role in men’s lives too

Sharing a Bed With Your Partner is Good for Your Health

By Emily Murray Despite  previous research claiming  that sleeping with another person in bed can actually prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep, a reporter from the Wall Street Journal has rounded up several other pieces of research that may actually prove the contrary. It’s been shown time after time that people involved in … Continue reading Sharing a Bed With Your Partner is Good for Your Health

New Study Shows That ‘Being Nice’ May be a Product of Your Genes

By Emily Murray Ever wonder what makes some people cheery, friendly and helpful day in and day out? Most of us assume it’s because of their current environment, past experiences and the way they were raised as children. While these things do factor in, a new study suggests that “niceness” can largely be passed down genetically and … Continue reading New Study Shows That ‘Being Nice’ May be a Product of Your Genes