Partnership expands addictions, mental health services into Buffalo primary care site

The co-location of services will help doctors address a wide range of issues for Medicaid patients with chronic conditions and behavioral health needs.
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When using drugs or alcohol, you may start to find that you need to keep using more to get high than you did when you first started. When a couple of glasses of wine used to get you plenty drunk, you’re finding that you need a full bottle or even more. This is called building tolerance and can cause some damaging effects to the body, including leading to addiction and death. Using More to Get High: Building Tolerance According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, tolerance occurs when the person no longer responds to the drug in the way that person initially responded. Stated another way, it takes a higher dose ...
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This study examined whether conscientiousness mediated and teacher support moderated the relation of parenting styles to Internet addiction in Chinese adolescents. Data were drawn from a cross-sectional study involving 1783 students aged 11 to18 years from Henan, China. Structural equation modeling (SEM) indicated that parenting styles were indirectly related to Internet addiction through conscientiousness. Further, teacher support moderated the relationship between parental refusal and Internet addiction. Specifically, the positive association of parental refusal with Internet addiction was significant for adolescents wit...
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Publication date: Available online 16 July 2019Source: Computers in Human BehaviorAuthor(s): Daniel L. King, Paul H. Delfabbro, Sally M. Gainsbury, Michael Dreier, Nancy Greer, Joel BillieuxABSTRACTVideo games as a consumer product have changed significantly with the advent of in-game purchasing systems (e.g., microtransactions, ‘loot boxes’). This review examines consumer protections related to in-game purchasing by anticipating some of the potential design strategies that might contribute to higher risk consumer behavior. Attention was directed towards the analysis of patents for potential in-game purchasing ...
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After some promising early indicators, preliminary federal data suggest the number of Americans who died from drug overdoses finally fell in 2018, after years of significant increases. Provisional data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics predicted that 68,500 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2018, compared to about 72,000 the year before. That translates to an approximately 5% reduction in overdose deaths nationwide—a small but significant step toward curbing the deadly effects of the nation’s substance abuse crisis. Opioids, as in years past...
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Federal data shows drug companies distributed 8.4 billion opioid pills to pharmacies from 2006 to 2012, a 50% jump
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Researchers have found a cannabis-based replacement therapy that effectively treats cannabis dependence, a new clinical trial suggests.
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Evidence published in the Cochrane Library provides strong evidence thatfinancial incentives helped people to stop smoking and stay stopped long term.The team investigated whether rewards such as cash payments, vouchers, or the return of money deposited by those taking part, worked. The review summarizes the results from 33 randomised controlled trials involving more than 21,600 people from eight countries. They included ten trials that focused on pregnant smokers who were rewarded with vouchers for quitting and staying smoke free.The review was led by University of East Anglia (UK) and involved researchers from the Univer...
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What is the practice of microdosing psychedelic drugs? Does it have any real benefits? Do studies support its therapeutic use? New research investigates.
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[Premium Times] Mental illness is quietly chipping away the lives of many Nigerians unnoticed. There are several types of this health challenge - from common disorders that affect tens of millions of people such as depression and acute anxiety to addiction, total insanity, among others.
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Billions in federal grants for treatment and prevention programs are set to end next year. The Trump administration has not said whether it will seek to extend them.
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