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The National Council on Problem Gambling is collaborating with a gambling harm minimization group on a variety of advocacy, training and education initiatives.
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Now that the cohort in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study has reached ages 12 to 14, more questions will be answered about how substance use affects youth development.
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Meeting the ambitious goals of the national Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative will require greater engagement of patients with substance use and mental health disorders.
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Co-presenters from the UPMC Health Plan described a whole-person approach to assisting overdose survivors in an Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit session.
Coronavirus
Keeping staff healthy may be the most critical component of a New York City human-services provider's effort to maintain service for high-need groups during the COVID-19 crisis.
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The Trevor Project states that a higher prevalence of substance use in the LGBT youth and young-adult populations calls for a greater focus on this issue in prevention and research.
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Feelings of regret are inevitable in an addiction professional's work life, but there are strategies for minimizing their impact.
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Sexual minority women appear to be at greater risk of substance use-related problems than heterosexual women, but major gaps remain in research, a review suggests.
Coronavirus
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, it may be easier than ever to embrace the "one day at a time" concept with which so many recovering individuals struggle.
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A study based on a large population sample found that a link between alcohol use disorder and suicide risk remains strong after controlling for comorbid mental illness.
Coping During COVID-19
Maintaining connection while safeguarding health will be critical for the recovering community during the current public health crisis.
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