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Addiction treatment facilities can play a more active role in legitimizing holistic therapies that can boost patients' prospects for recovery.
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A male partner's pre-conception use of marijuana at least once a week has been found to be associated with increased risk of miscarriage in pregnancy.
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Brian Duffy writes that when abstinence is the goal of treatment, a relapse offers an opportunity to discover what went wrong.
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Two professors have co-edited a journal issue that seeks to sharpen the role that psychologists can play in addressing the opioid crisis.
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Experts suggest that now more than ever, addiction treatment programs need to emphasize use of the most research-based treatments for patients trying to quit smoking.
Counseling
John Bruna, CADC, discusses misconceptions around mindfulness and how the practice can help those receiving medication-assisted treatment for substance use disorders.
Addiction Professional
For programs working with patients for whom methamphetamine and sex have become intertwined, addressing the meth use alone will not produce results.
Addiction Professional
A survey of college students has found that use of electronic cigarettes is associated with compromised overall sleep health, in a fashion similar to what users of conventional cigarettes experience.
Addiction Professional
The federal government will take steps to clear the market of unauthorized flavored e-cigarettes, which many blame for a rise in youth vaping.
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Only three programs identified in a review of post-opioid overdose interventions have been subject to rigorous review, leaving many questions unanswered about how best to organize these efforts.
Addiction Professional
An American Addiction Centers survey offers significant evidence of a culture of casual substance use within the food service industry.
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