In some of my posts , in more than one thread (for exemple the one on "the most addictive drug"), I have been arguing that all substances (or no one) should be considered addictive, because different persons would get addicted to different substances, some persons to many substances and some persons to no drug at all.
Now the results of some scientific research seems to confirm this thesis.
Here is the link
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