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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.
Coronavirus
Maintaining connection while safeguarding health will be critical for the recovering community during the current public health crisis.
Counseling
The most comprehensive review yet of 12-Step based approaches to treating alcohol use disorder shows major benefits from 12-Step Facilitation.
Counseling
The co-author of a guide to video game addiction says addiction professionals need to become advocates for legitimizing this problem as a diagnosable and reimbursable disorder.
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The U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance says stronger regulation of alcohol advertising is among the actions needed as research documents a causal link between marketing and youth drinking.
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A study has found that women who experience more stressful life events in the year before giving birth are more likely to use marijuana before and during pregnancy.
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Clinical professionals can enhance their experience of time by understanding what they find most rewarding about their work.
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