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Drug rehab patients with ADHD use cocaine at an earlier age

Patients in drug rehab who have characteristics of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to start using cocaine and enter treatment at...

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...

Cocaine is making a comeback, new numbers

A few months ago, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reported a drop in the number of cocaine users in America,...

Why are women more likely to get hooked on cocaine?

Women are generally more vulnerable to drug addiction than men, especially when it comes to cocaine.This week, the Journal Nature Communications published a study...

Small set of genes can predict propensity to heroin addiction with...

A 2016 study identified a small set of genes that can predict who has a high propensity to heroin addiction.Genetic predisposition to heroin addiction...

New roadside test for cocaine developed

Academics in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Surrey in the U.K. have developed a new portable test made for assessing levels...

Drug abuse fast forwards aging, illnesses

Drug addiction accelerates aging and age-related illnesses including cellular aging, inflammation, a decline in brain volume and function, and the early onset of cardiac,...

Food addiction is real, and we’re all at risk

When people hear the phrase “food addiction,” many laugh or dismiss the issue entirely. But according to David Wiss, a dietician and nutritionist who...

Cocaine losing its luster in the US

Although the high demand for cocaine continued into the new millennium, the U.S. has seen a dramatic drop in illicit sales and popularity surrounding...

Grandmother arrested for smuggling $500k of cocaine from Las Vegas to...

Most grandmas get pulled over for driving too slow. But not Cheryl Cheatham. The 63-year-old Arizona resident was pulled over for living too fast.Cheatham...
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