Jeremy Martinez

Matrix Institute on Addictions

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Psychiatrist and CEO of Matrix Institute on Addictions, which provides outpatient treatment for addiction 

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Let's face it, who doesn't want to be sharper, more alert, and able to ace anything you want to do without having to get much sleep?

Smart Drugs: The Quest for Getting an Edge

Let's face it, who doesn't want to be sharper, more alert, and able to ace anything you want to do without having to get much sleep?

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