Study Finds Legal Cannabis Laws Impact Teen Use
A new study by researchers at Dartmouth has found that adolescents living in medical marijuana states with a plethora of dispensaries are more likely to have tried new methods of cannabis use, such as edibles and vaping, at a younger age than those living in states with fewer dispensaries.
Publication date: Available online 20 August 2018Source: Neuroscience LettersAuthor(s): Ji Yuanyuan, Su Rui, Tang hua, Cui Jingjing, Deji Cuola, Shi Yuhui, Wei ShuguangAbstractProdynorphin (PDYN) binds to k-opioid receptors (KOPr; encoded by OPRK1) and is known to regulate dopaminergic tone, making this system important for drugs addiction. Dynorphin (Dyn)/KORr system are powerful effectors of stress-induced alterations in reward processing and dysphoric states. Thus, We identified 11 potential functional SNPs and one variable number of tandem repeat (VNTR) in this system, performed a case-control association analysis, inv...
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Nicki Hari, 50, from Borehamwood, was once hooked on prescription painkillers - a crippling addiction that lasted for 25 years. This is her cautionary tale.
[OSIWA] Throughout several working class neighborhoods in Dakar you find large semi-finished houses that are occasionally equipped with running water and electricity. The rooms in these houses are rented out by individuals and families for days, months or years. Far from prying eyes, it was in one of the small cramped rooms in the neighborhood of Gueule Tap ée that I met with four men in their mid-40's and 50's, who are active drug users struggling addiction.
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[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA: It is said that a lot of fruitful activities should be put into effect to get to the bottom of addiction problem surfacing among the youth across the country, the Ethiopian Herald learnt.
There is no way to meet the need for substance abuse treatment through the current healthcare system. The number of people who need treatment for drug and alcohol abuse is far greater than the number of clinicians available to treat them. In more rural areas, patients might have to spend a lot of time traveling great distances to appointments, which can be difficult to do while working or taking care of a family. And, the cost and stigma of treatment can get in the way of getting help. Moreover, even if people do get to substance abuse treatment, they often do not receive the most effective ones. As illicit drug use increa...
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been linked to the development of numerous psychiatric diseases, including substance use disorder. However, it can be difficult to ascertain from clinical data whether the TBI is cause or consequence of increased addiction ...
Can the 12-step programme liberate us from a cult of individualism and materialism? Enjoying a good feeling from simply being alive may be a natural thing, but it's not the default these days; we need to actively work on it. Tags: addiction, book, mindful awareness
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