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Cheese and Heroin: Totally Different

Cheese and Heroin: Totally Different

So far I haven’t, and it’s probably because cheese addiction is not at all the same … about the way we about the way we treat food and overeating in North America. … Drug addiction is never a personal problem, as it can drag entire …
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The Weight of Pain: What Does a 10 on the Pain Scale Mean? An Innovative Use of Art in Medical Education to Enhance Pain Management (FR482A)

Clinicians practice pain management in an environment where the goal of treating pain is made challenging by opioid addiction and abuse. Treating pain is complex and based on the clinician’s perception of the patient’s pain. Metacognition is the awareness and understanding of one’s own thought processes. Often this is lacking in pain management and unconscious biases guide decision-making. A
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Is there any relationship between drug addiction and the development of a signet ring cell carcinoma of the stomach?

We present three young patients diagnosed with signet ring cell carcinoma of the stomach. All had in common the smoking rather than the injecting route of administration of drugs, such as heroin. In the smoking route, pieces of nickel scourer are mixed with the drug. This heavy metal has known carcinogenic effects. Chronic exposure of the gastric mucosa to nickel, from oropharynx, could be a risk
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Dysregulation of Acetylation Enzymes Inanimal Models of Psychostimulant use Disorders: Evolving Stories.

Authors: Lud Cadet J
Abstract
Substance use disorders are neuropsychiatric illnesses that have substantial negative biopsychosocial impact. These diseases are defined as compulsive abuse of licit or illicit substances despite adverse medicolegal consequences. Although much research has been conducted to elucidate the pathobiological bases of these disorders, much remains to be done to deve
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Ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion in Warsaw Alcohol High-Preferring (WHP) and Warsaw Alcohol Low-Preferring (WLP) rats

The aversive action of the pharmacological properties of ethanol was studied in selectively bred Warsaw Alcohol High-Preferring (WHP) and Warsaw Alcohol Low-Preferring (WLP) rats. For this study, a conditioned-taste aversion test was used. Male WHP and WLP rats were submitted to daily 20-min sessions for 5 days, in which a saccharin solution (1.0 g/L) was available (pre-conditioning phase). Next,
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