Tag Archives: opioid receptors

November 10

Say Cheese: The neuroscience of our devotion to dairy

You might be the kind of person that can’t wait for the “cheese pull” when grabbing a hot slice of pizza, or perhaps you’re the first at the table to suggest a cheese-filled charcuterie board for your appetizer (both of these examples are stemming from personal experience, of course). If you are a fellow cheese […]

February 19

From Gold Thongs to Opioid Receptors: The Placebo Effect

All things considered, maybe it’s not so preposterous that our perceptions of pain or other ills can change if our brain expects them to.