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Mixing Tobacco and Marijuana Increases the Risk of Dependency

Mixing Tobacco and Marijuana Increases the Risk of Dependency

Many users have a tendency of mixing tobacco and marijuana to save … 18 different countries in South and North America, Australasia, and Europe.
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Mixing Tobacco And Pot Increases Drug Dependence

The scientists studied survey responses from some 34,000 cannabis users from 18 countries across Europe, North and South America, Australia and …
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Trajectories of Cigarette Smoking Beginning in Adolescence Predict Insomnia in the Mid Thirties.

CONCLUSIONS: Prevention and treatment programs for individuals who suffer from insomnia should be implemented in parallel with programs for smoking cessation. From a public health perspective, our longitudinal study that examined the association between earlier smoking trajectories and later insomnia suggests that treatments designed to reduce or cease smoking may lessen the occurrence of symptoms
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The Importance of Methodological Meta-Analyses and a Call to Assess Current and Former Drinking Patterns: A Commentary on Stockwell et al. (2016).

National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine 8600 Rockville Pike , Bethesda MD , 20894 USA…
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Do “Moderate” Drinkers Have Reduced Mortality Risk? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Alcohol Consumption and All-Cause Mortality.

CONCLUSIONS: Estimates of mortality risk from alcohol are significantly altered by study design and characteristics. Meta-analyses adjusting for these factors find that low-volume alcohol consumption has no net mortality benefit compared with lifetime abstention or occasional drinking. These findings have implications for public policy, the formulation of low-risk drinking guidelines, and future r
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