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Kingston Alcohol Abuse Treatment Research Shows Promise

A clinical research conducted by scientists from the University Of Rhode Island College Of Pharmacy in Kingston, R.I. is showing signs that a promising...

Addiction Treatment in Santa Fe to Potentially Include Medical Marijuana

To increase addiction treatment in Santa Fe and other major New Mexico towns, state lawmakers are asking healthcare providers to list opioid substance abuse...

Duluth Addiction Treatment Patients Use Light Therapy to Improve Recovery

Community members in Duluth, Minnesota receiving addiction treatment have seen positive results with light therapy. Since light therapy can affect people with Seasonal Affective...

Drug Rehab Centers in Birmingham Supplement Programs with Yoga

Birmingham, Alabama drug rehab centers are offering adjunct therapy to supplement drug detox to patients and prevent drug relapse. One of the most popular...

Koch Funds Ohio State University Drug Research Center

The Charles Koch Foundation has provided a $4.5 million dollar gift to fund the establishment of the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center (DEPC), a...

One in 12 doctors accepts opioid-related payments from drug companies

One in 12 doctors and approximately 1 in every 5 family medicine physicians have accepted payments related to opioids from pharmaceutical companies, according to...

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...

The University of Texas leads $29 million research series on alcoholism

Government funding will pledge $29 million to a series of research led by the University of Texas to combat alcoholism, a problem that costs...

What are the most common reasons why people with alcoholism drink?

Why do people with alcohol use disorders drink alcohol? Although there isn’t a single answer, a new study explores some of the most common...

Zebrafish can be key in improving opioid addiction treatment

Zebrafish addicted to opioids may be key in improving human opioid addiction treatment, a new research reveals. The research, published in the journal Behavioral Brain...
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