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Controlling India's junk food addiction

Controlling India’s junk food addiction

According to news reports hunger has been reduced in Latin America and the … Soft drinks, and addiction to them is also harmful to human health, but … particularly that followed in North America, the younger generation in India¬†…
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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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The Social Media Disorder Scale: Validity and psychometric properties

Publication date: August 2016 Source:Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 61 Author(s): Regina J.J.M. van den Eijnden, Jeroen S. Lemmens, Patti M. Valkenburg There is growing evidence that social media addiction is an evolving problem, particularly among adolescents. However, the absence of an instrument measuring social media addiction hinders further development of the research field. The pr
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Acquisition of Conditioned Responses to a Novel Alcohol-Paired Cue in Social Drinkers.

CONCLUSIONS: This study extends our previous findings with a stimulant drug to alcohol and highlights possible similarities and differences in conditioning with different classes of drugs. Conditioning with alcohol was less robust than with methamphetamine, but in both cases the conditioning that did occur was related to positive subjective drug response.
PMID: 26997190 [PubMed – in process] (
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