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The waiver needed to prescribe buprenorphine to patients with opioid addiction is hindering treatment, emergency physicians say, but one hospital has developed a program that is working for patients.Medscape Medical News
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This report explores the use of technology among children and young people. It looks at the wider impact of different types of screen use on the mental health of children and young people including issues around screen time, the impact of negative content, and the potential for bullying and addiction. It also explores how vulnerable groups such as those with mental health problems and very young children may be affected and discusses issues around safeguarding.
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(Houston Methodist) Surgeons at Houston Methodist Hospital are stemming the tide of addiction to prescription opioids by managing patients' pain after surgery.
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Publication date: Available online 20 January 2020Source: Computers in Human BehaviorAuthor(s): Jan Dieris-Hirche, Magdalena Pape, Bert Theodor te Wildt, Aram Kehyayan, Maren Esch, Salam Aicha, Stephan Herpertz, Laura BottelAbstractCurrent psychological models for the development of specific internet-use disorders consider predisposing core characteristics (e.g. biopsychological constitution, psychopathology, early childhood experiences, and personality traits) that are involved in the early behavioral addiction process. The cross-sectional study discussed in this paper examined several likely relevant psychological variab...
Source: Computers in Human Behavior - Category: Information Technology Source Type: research
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Publication date: Available online 20 January 2020Source: Neuroscience &Biobehavioral ReviewsAuthor(s): Janna M. Colaizzi, Shelly B. Flagel, Michelle A. Joyner, Ashley N. Gearhardt, Jennifer L. Stewart, Martin P. PaulusAbstractAs evidenced through classic Pavlovian learning mechanisms, environmental cues can become incentivized and influence behavior. These stimulus-outcome associations are relevant in everyday life but may be particularly important for the development of impulse control disorders including addiction. Rodent studies have elucidated specific learning profiles termed ‘sign-tracking’ and &lsqu...
Source: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews - Category: Neuroscience Source Type: research
The tendency to act on immediate pleasure-driven desires, due to the devaluation of future rewards [a process known as temporal discounting (TD)], has been associated with substance use disorders (SUD) and with conditions characterised by compulsive overeating. The study involved a large inclusive participant sample (i.e., no diagnostic or exclusion criteria were applied). They were recruited/assessed online and we investigated whether TD was related to compulsive overeating and associated problems. Participants [N = 432, (48 males)] completed an online survey, which included a hypothetical monetary TD task, the Eating Dis...
Source: Frontiers in Psychiatry - Category: Psychiatry Source Type: research
Neuropsychopharmacology, Published online: 22 January 2020; doi:10.1038/s41386-020-0618-yLet’s agree to agree: a comment on Hogarth (2020), with a plea for not-so-competing theories of addiction
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Source: Frontiers in Psychiatry - Category: Psychiatry Source Type: research
Jan 31, 2020. The Lodge at Whitefish Lake, Whitefish, MT. Sponsored by American Society of Addiction Medicine, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Montana Healthcare Foundation, Montana Primary Care Association
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Juul Labs, the e-cigarette company so popular its name became a verb, wouldn’t be where it is without social media. In the company’s early years, a steady stream of posts from users and influencers helped turn Juul from a smoking alternative to a cultural phenomenon. So many Juul users—many of them teenagers—voluntarily posted about vaping that it hardly made a difference when the company in 2018 silenced its own accounts to help stem its popularity among underage users. Now, in the wake of a vaping-related lung disease outbreak that has sickened almost 2,700 and killed 60, teenagers and young adult...
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