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Researchers at the University of British Columbia have identified brain processes that may be linked to compulsive gambling and they did so by creating an interesting and inventive study tool: a rat casino.
The 2013-2014 NFL season is here and with it comes increased gambling from its many fans.
Increased sponsorship brings leaders together to share cutting edge information at the 27th National Conference on Problem Gambling. Washington, D.C.
As one walks through a casino, the assault on the senses brought on by the winning sounds of slot machines makes gambling more exciting. This fact was made evident thanks to a new study by researchers out of the University of Waterloo in Canada.
The California Council on Problem Gambling announced that three casinos have been re-certified as "Responsible Gambling Facilities," each for at least the fifth year.
NCPG and stakeholders come together to promote responsible gaming. Washington, DC, (PRWEB) May 24, 2013 "Strikes for Responsible Gaming” was the
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