Most young people immediately associate addiction with the physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. Yet, there are addictions of all stripes that, physiologically, are often related to one another. This informative volume introduces readers to the various forms of addiction, such as to food or exercise that they may be suffering from and have questions about.
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