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Social networking sites addiction and associated psychological problems among young adults: a study from North India – Meena PS, Soni R, Jain M, Paliwal S.

Social networking sites addiction and associated psychological problems among young adults: a study from North India – Meena PS, Soni R, Jain M, Paliwal S.

The world is ever changing due to advancements in the realms of science and technology, with one such advancement being in the field of social networking. The ubiquity of social networking sites (SNSs) raises the concern for its problematic use among young… (Source: SafetyLit: All (Unduplicated))MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas prese
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Just say no: Processed food turns Americans into malnourished, dumbed-down addicts

Saturday, December 05, 2015 by: L.J. Devon, Staff Writer Tags: processed food, addiction, cannabis Permalink to this article: http://www.naturalnews.com/052211_processed_food_addiction_cannabis.html Embed article link: (copy HTML code below): Just say no: Processed food turns Americans into malnourished, dumbed-down addicts FDA approves psychotropic “smart pill” that mines personal health data wh
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Addiction and Chronic Pain: Training Addiction Psychiatrists.

Addiction psychiatrists are increasingly asked to address chronic pain in patients with addiction. Because of historic “divisions of labor” between physicians who manage pain and addiction psychiatrists who manage addiction, limited guidance exists for preparing addiction psychiatry trainees to address this comorbidity. A 1-h focus group composed of five geographically well-distributed addiction
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For Pregnant Drug Addicts, Legal Threats Have Unwanted Effect

Enter the email associated with your account and we will send you an email with a link to reset it. LOS ANGELES — Child abuse laws that punish pregnant women who use illicit drugs are associated with a lower likelihood of the mother getting standard of care treatment, according to a study presented here. Researchers looked at more than 8,000 episodes in 2012 in which a pregnant women with an opi
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Financial incentives to promote extended smoking abstinence in opioid‐maintained patients: a randomized trial

Among opioid-maintained smokers receiving an initial period of daily contingent incentives, a contingent reinforcement intervention appears to be more effective at extending smoking abstinence than non-contingent reinforcement over 10 weeks. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved….
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