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Oreos Just As Addictive As Cocaine, Study Finds

Researchers measured lab rats' brain stimulation when eating cookies and being injected with drugs.
01:14 | 10/16/2013

Transcript for Oreos Just As Addictive As Cocaine, Study Finds

It turns out that eating all those -- -- is just as addictive as cocaine at least for lab rats researchers found that -- formed an eagle dependency on Oreo -- as they did when they were injected with... See More
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