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Pelmorex said this acquisition allows it to utilise Addictive Mobility's digital audience buying platforms and pinpointed targeting to reach the right users, at the right time, with the right message and creative across the programmatic ad ecosystem.
According to The Verge, the developer said that the game became frustratingly addictive for people and to solve this, he pulled it out from app stores last week and now it was gone forever.
amp;lt;/Principles of Addiction/ is the first volume in the 2500-page series Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders.
Addictive disease involves the use of addictive substances but is based upon a genetic substrate that predates addictive substance use.
So, is it a stretch to think that food might produce the same addictive effects?
Psychiatrists but also practitioners and researchers in a wide range of other medical specialties, explore the high incidence of addictive behavior by people within medicine, and medical complications of the unhealthy use of drugs or alcohol in general.
Indoor tanning is an addictive behavior for a substantial portion of adolescents and young adults, findings from a new study suggest.
Valium-like drugs use the same potentially addictive "reward pathways" in the brain as heroin and cannabis, findings that scientists say may help in the search for non-addictive alternative anxiety drugs.
pathological gambling) are more precise than are the estimates for emerging addictive disorders, such as Internet addiction.