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A gambling addict’s brain responds to gambling in the same way the alcoholic brain responds to a drink. As a gambler feeds their habit, the addiction will grow. More »
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Gambling - Wikipedia


Gambling is the wagering of money or something of value on an event with an uncertain outcome with the primary intent of winning money and/or material goods ...

Best UK Online Gambling Sites, Games & Apps Guide | Gambling.com


Gambling.com Compares the UK's Best Online Gambling Sites and Games. Independent product reviews & exclusive sign up offers. Play Now!

Gamblers Anonymous


Contains information about the fellowship support group and its programs for compulsive gamblers.

National Council on Problem Gambling | NCPG


Disseminates information about problem and pathological (compulsive) gambling. Also, promotes the development of services for those with the disorder.

How Casinos Enable Gambling Addicts - The Atlantic


Dec 13, 2016 ... Scott Stevens hadn't always been a gambler. A native of Rochester, New York, he earned a master's degree in business and finance at the ...

Gambling | Society | The Guardian


Provision of regularly updated gambling news concerning both land based and remote betting.

Gambling Therapy


Online advisory services for people affected by gambling.

Bureau of Gambling Control | State of California - Department of ...


Mission Statement: To ensure the integrity of gambling in California Vision: Recognized as the leading authority in gambling regulation and enforcement in the ...

How the Brain Gets Addicted to Gambling - Scientific American


Addictive drugs and gambling rewire neural circuits in similar ways.