The television shows Glee, Southland, Parenthood and Shameless, along with the feature films Warrior and Take Shelter, were among those that were honored recently at the 16th Annual PRISM Awards ceremony.
Manipulating memories of people formerly addicted to drugs may help them avoid relapse, a new study suggests.
Exercise may make it more difficult to break an addiction in some cases, a study of cocaine-addicted mice suggests.
The Treatment Research Institute announced that A. Thomas McLellan, PhD, has returned to continue his leadership role as CEO of the nonprofit organization.
Treating long-term heroin users with medically prescribed heroin is more cost-effective than methadone, a new study suggests.
A new study suggests teenagers with “pathologic” Internet use are more likely to admit to drug abuse.
A new study shows that alcohol problems are not uncommon among surgeons.
New findings by a Yale team of scientists may help explain why the risk of drug abuse and addiction increase significantly when cocaine use begins in adolescence.
A new study of siblings’ brain structure and function may provide clues to addiction. Time reports that the study suggests at least some brain changes seen in addiction are a cause of excessive drug use, not the result.
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