Familial Opioid Misuse and Family Cohesion: Impact on Family Communication and Well-being
This study aimed to understand family communication and overall well-being of young adults in the context of familial opioid misuse using the family systems framework. Methods: A cross-sectional, mixed-methods, online survey of young adults aged 18 to 30 years (n=137) was conducted. A cluster analysis was performed based on family organization and structural characteristics. MANCOVA was utilized to compare groups identified using the cluster analysis in terms of (1) family’s belief about opioid misuse, (2) worry regarding opioid misuse, (3) family communication, and (4) overall well-being of young adults. Results: A cluster analysis resulted in three groups (group 1: no familial opioid misuse with high family cohesion; group 2: familial opioid misuse with moderate family cohesion; group 3: those with/without familial opioid misuse and low family cohesion). Group 3 had the lowest family communication compared to group 1 and group 2 (P
Discussion: Research is needed on why individuals with history of psychosocial stressors have a higher likelihood of imprisonment compared to their counterparts. Findings indicate that a high ASI Composite Score for drugs other than alcohol are strong predictors of future criminality and criminal justice system involvement. PMID: 31813334 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Experts have revealed how the most addictive foods share one quality - the same ratio between fat and carbs as human breast milk. Many of the foods have a 2g carbs to 1g fat ratio.
Conclusions: PIU contributed to an increased risk of smoking through depressive symptomatology and decreasing family support among junior school students. Interventions to reduce smoking are warranted; they should seek to reduce problematic Internet use and depressive symptomatology, and promote family support.
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At a time when Washington, D.C. is paralyzed by partisan gridlock and impeachment hearings, it can be challenging for lawmakers to focus on their day jobs: lawmaking. But Raja Krishnamoorthi, a 46-year-old, second-term Illinois Democratic congressman from the Chicago suburb of Schaumburg, has won bipartisan support for his efforts to curb young people’s use of e-cigarettes, as their surging popularity perpetuates a health crisis among the nation’s youth. Krishnamoorthi, a father of three and the son of Indian immigrants, twice campaigned on promises to strengthen the middle class and grow the economy. But as te...
London's largest shelter is reallocating 22 of its private shelter rooms in order to help people who are recovering from addictions and mental health issues
During your career, it's likely that you'll care for individuals with opioid dependence or addiction. Knowing the basics will help you understand these patients and improve their outcomes.
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