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Japanese researchers say more public education is needed on the association between alcohol consumption and common cancers.
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The face of the opioid crisis has been largely suburban and white, which has threatened to obscure the challenges that African-Americans continue to experience in treatment.
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A RAND study suggests that many young enrollees in California medical marijuana programs were joining for reasons of convenience rather than legitimate medical concerns.
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New research suggests that the stressors contributing most to higher rates of substance use disorders among sexual minorities differ based on population subgroup.
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A site curated by Oregon Health & Science University is designed to become a clearinghouse for reviewing the evidence base for strategies to combat the opioid crisis and other drug problems.
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New research will evaluate the opioid intervention court model by comparing the first such program to a traditional drug court.
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Daniel Ciccarone, MD, MPH, offered a view from the drug-using community in discussing emerging trends at the Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit.
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Challenges involved in working with the methamphetamine-addicted patient who exhibits compulsive sexual behavior include working on a feasible sexual recovery plan, Brad Lamm said at the Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit.
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Mindfulness-based strategies can help both patients with stimulant use disorders and the clinicians who work with them, Ryan Soave said at the Cocaine, Meth & Stimulant Summit.
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"Is Your Story Making You Sick?" seeks to counteract damaging narratives that keep patients with addictions and other serious issues stuck in negative patterns of thinking.
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Alcoholics Anonymous World Services has released an updated DVD for its Big Book in a format for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
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