Probably not, but wolves might help a bit.
The first documented case of 'Glass addiction' isn’t about the internet or wearables: It's about work.
Looking at images on your phone of people looking at images on their phones.
This is the study politicians will turn to when they push for strict regulations on e-cigarettes.
A naloxone nasal spray is as user-friendly as it gets, but whether the users that need it will have access is less certain.
And that might be great news for treating the symptoms of alcohol addiction.
Researchers get close enough to the neurological root of being hooked to make big statements, but an addiction "cure" isn't so simple.
I toured the first in-patient treatment facility for video game and internet addiction.
Highly religious people sometimes think they're "addicted" to porn after viewing it just once.