This Is What Developing Acute Schizophrenia Feels Like | VICE United States
Google Glass user treated for internet addiction caused by the device

By the time the patient checked into the facility, he was suffering from involuntary movements, cravings, memory problems and dreaming as if he was wearing the glasses. When he was not wearing them he felt irritable and argumentative.


Nerves and lymphatic system. Manual for magnetizing. 1845.


Nerves and lymphatic system. Manual for magnetizing. 1845.

Allegra Dick

Hello everybody I also make music so here is a soundcloud page featuring a bunch of tracks I recorded a while back

Grinding (dance) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Grinding, also known as freak dancing or freaking (in the Caribbeanwining,[1]) is a type of close partner dance where two or more dancers rub or bump their bodies against each other, especially a dancer rubbing his or her buttocks against another dancer’s crotch area.


Hacking The Brain

Abuse of these mind hacking drugs is one of the fastest growing problems of our generation. As long as doctors keep prescribing these harmful drugs to too many youngsters the problem will continue to grow. Although some children really do need these drugs to function regularly, my personal opinion is that the requirements and potency of these drugs should wait until the patient is of age – the same as tobacco or alcohol. The availability of these drugs to young Americans needs to diminish if the trend of usage wants to decrease.

- By AllTreatment

(Source: neuromorphogenesis)

Pelvic thrust - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pelvic thrusting is observed in infant monkeys, apes, and humans. These observation led ethologist John Bowlby (1969) to suggest that infantile sexual behavior may be the rule in mammals, not the exception. Thrusting has been observed in humans at eight to 10 months of age and may be an expression of affection. Typically, the infant clings to the parent, then nuzzles, thrusts, and rotates the pelvis for several seconds.

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