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Drug Abuse Experts Stump for Opioid Addiction Tx Bill

Drug Abuse Experts Stump for Opioid Addiction Tx Bill

WASHINGTON — Government health officials pressed a House committee for more resources to address the rise in overdose deaths from legal and illicit opioids at a hearing on Tuesday. The Senate overwhelmingly passed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act earlier in March, which would authorize the Attorney General to distribute grants for the treatment of opioid addiction for prisoners,
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Fenethylline (Captagon) Abuse. Local Problems from an Old Drug become Universal

Next article in issue: Neto2 Influences on Kainate Receptor Pharmacology and Function By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in About Cookies Author for correspondence: Panagiota Nikolaou, Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 75 Mikras Asias, Athens 115 27, Greece (fax +3021077160
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Smoking control at the School of Public Health, Universidade de São Paulo

Conclusion: knowledge by health professionals of the harms caused by tobacco smoking contributed to their participation in anti-smoking programs, and led to a decline in the number of smokers at FSP-USP. The creation of 100% tobacco-free environments and programs to treat smokers who want to cease their addiction should be encouraged.RESUMO Introdução: as escolas de saúde pública, por sua pró
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Young Adults’ Exposure to Alcohol- and Marijuana-Related Content on Twitter.

Twitter is among the most popular social media platforms used by young adults, yet it has been underutilized in substance use research compared with older platforms (e.g., MySpace and Facebook). We took a first step toward studying the associations between exposure to pro-alcohol- and marijuana-related content among young adults via Twitter and current heavy episodic drinking and current marijuan
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Khat Dependence, Use Patterns, and Health Consequences in Australia: An Exploratory Study.

CONCLUSIONS: Screening positive on the SDS-khat is associated with increased recent khat use frequency and elevated physical and psychological health problems, providing preliminary evidence that probable khat use dependence may be associated with an increased risk of harm in Australia. Furthermore, these preliminary results support the potential utility of the SDS-khat to healthcare providers to
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