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Electromagnetics continue to show promise in cocaine addiction treatment

An Italian psychiatrist continues to garner success after making breakthroughs with experimental applications of electromagnetic pulses to treat cocaine addiction.Luigi Gallimberti, who is also a...

A weight loss drug may be the newest tool to treat...

There are currently no drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat cocaine addiction, but a weight loss medication could...

Can energy drinks lead to future drug and alcohol addiction?

College students who often consume energy drinks are more at risk of forming an alcohol addiction, using cocaine, or misusing prescription stimulants by the...

Changes in dopamine responses found for the first time in recreational...

Groundbreaking research has revealed that recreational cocaine users may be dangerously close to a substance use disorder.Among those who were not addicted to cocaine,...

The link between cocaine addiction and vascular disease

Most people are aware of the dangers linked to heart diseases, but blockages of accumulated plaques or cholesterol can actually impact more than the...

Research reveals cocaine could be more addictive than thought

A recent study revealed that those who engage in the recreational use of cocaine could be flirting with addiction more than previously believed.According to...

Strong connectivity between brain networks can predict and prevent cocaine relapse

Connectivity between several networks in the brain may protect against the risk of cocaine relapse, a new study conducted by researchers from the National...

New research finds brain systems that can help curb cocaine abuse

A new study suggests a possible approach to treating cocaine abuse and preventing relapse by curbing physical and emotional cravings in the brain.The research...

Opioid use linked to rise in cocaine overdoses

Opioid use is increasing cocaine-related overdose deaths, a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health revealed.Christopher Jones, the study’s lead researcher,...

Progress in drug rehab may be more difficult for women

A study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Women and Health indicates that women show slower therapeutic progress in drug rehab...
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