Date PostedOctober 22, 2015

New Alcohol Addiction Drug Making Progress

alcohol-addictionSwedish Researchers say a new drug for alcohol addiction is a step closer to reality.

The researchers say they’ve found an efficient way to reduce alcohol cravings by normalizing dopamine levels in the brain.

Trials on humans showed that the drug contributed to reduced alcohol cravings while the trial on mice showed that the drug works by normalizing dopamine levels.


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