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  • n. Plural form of nootropic.

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  • A broad class of drugs called nootropics showed potential in the 1970s, but they were "shots in the dark," says Small, and they have since fallen out of favor with mainstream scientists.

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  • A broad class of drugs called nootropics showed potential in the 1970s, but they were "shots in the dark," says Dr. Scott Small of CUMC, and they have since fallen out of favor with mainstream scientists.

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  • These drugs, also known as nootropics (an inelegant name; from the Greek roots noo -, mind and - tropo, turn, change) or cognitive enhancers are becoming increasingly widely used.

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  • When given both an anti-seizure drug (gabapentin) and an antidepressant (nortriptyline), patients suffering from neuropathic pain caused by nerve damage or disease experienced less pain than when they took one or the other individually, reports Dr. 'Academic doping' could trigger routine urine tests for exam students WASHINGTON - Owing to the increasing use of smart drugs, or "nootropics", to boost academic performance, exam students could face routine doping tests in future, suggested a study.

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  • "nootropics" such as methylphenidate, modafinil and piracetam are increasingly being used by the healthy to augment cognitive ability.

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  • Nutraceuticals and nootropics for anti-aging Dr. Alexis Zarkov:

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  • I'm not going to go comparing them in any way to amphetamine though, because they're nothing like it, in any way, and this article is about the use of specific nootropics and stimulants as cognitive enhancers.

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  • There are numerous forums and communities on nootropics, both for anti-aging and productivity-boosting needs.

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  • The resulting pharmaceutical products go by several names, including smart drugs, neuropharmaceuticals, or nootropics (from the Greek

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  • There are concerns that widespread use will indirectly coerce non-users also to employ nootropics in order to remain competitive. "

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