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An Effective Web Presence for Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities.

An Effective Web Presence for Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities.

CONCLUSIONS: The low mean scores on these dimensions indicate that that substance abuse centers have significant room for improvement of their website’s. Efficiently spending marketing funds to increase the effectiveness of a treatment center’s website can be a low cost way for even small facilities to increase market competitiveness.
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Separating the Association Between Inhibitory Control and Substance Use Prevalence Versus Quantity During Adolescence: A Hurdle Mixed-Effects Model Approach.

Inhibitory control is a critical component to the self-regulation of affect and behavior. Research consistently demonstrates negative associations between inhibitory control and several problem behaviors including substance misuse during early adolescence. However, analytic approaches previously used have often applied ordinary least squares (OLS) regression to non-normal count data with an exces
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Preference for brand-name buprenorphine is related to severity of addiction among outpatients in opioid maintenance treatment – Binder P, Messaadi N, Perault-Pochat MC, Gagey S, Brabant Y, Ingrand P.

Click to Donate Now Your donation is safe and secure through the services of “Network for Good” a fund-raising platform for charities. Binder P, Messaadi N, Perault-Pochat MC, Gagey S, Brabant Y, Ingrand P. J. Addict. Dis. 2016; ePub(ePub): ePub. As a form of opioid maintenance treatment, high-dose buprenorphine is increasingly being used in the United States. On the French market since 1996, it
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Alcohol or tobacco: NIDA looks at marijuana policy in an era of legalization

Knopf, A. (2016), Alcohol or tobacco: NIDA looks at marijuana policy in an era of legalization. Alc. Drug Abuse Wkly., 28: 1–3. doi: 10.1002/adaw.30520…
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Nearly All U.S. Doctors ‘Overprescribe’ Addictive Narcotic Painkillers: Survey

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, March 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) — When American doctors give their patients narcotic painkillers, 99 percent of them hand out prescriptions that exceed the federally recommended three-day dosage limit, new research suggests. And some doctors exceeded that limit by a lot: Nearly one-quarter gave out month-long dosages, despite the fact that research has s
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