May 3, 2017

Cannabis Use Disorder In America

Every couple of years it seems like more states alter their policy regarding marijuana use, whether that be for medical or recreational purposes. While California was the first state to successfully pass and implement a medical marijuana program in 1996, the Golden State would not be the first to...

March 22, 2017

Family History Alcoholism and Hangovers

It is widely accepted that people, with a family history of alcoholism, are themselves at a greater risk of developing an alcohol use disorder than their peers, who do not have a similar background. People who have a family history of alcoholism are four times more likely to experience...

January 4, 2017

New Targets for Gambling Addiction

Last October we cited research from over a decade ago, that had drawn parallels between gambling addiction and substance use disorders. Psychiatrist Hans Breiter conducted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans on people playing slot machines, like the ones you find in casinos. The MRIs showed a similar picture to...

December 14, 2016

Monitoring the Future Survey On Drug Use

Preventing teenage drug and alcohol use is, and should be, a top priority among lawmakers and health experts in the United States. It is no easy task, but the mental health community knows that the longer one can refrain from using mind altering substances during the developmental stage of...

July 20, 2016

How Alcohol Affects Marriage

It is quite common for people in committed relationships to engage in the same leisure activities. Part of what attracts one person to another is having similar interests, such interests when pursued together can serve to strengthen a relationship. Sometimes a couple's leisure activities can include the consumption of...

June 22, 2016

Mandatory Addiction Treatment Can Be Ineffective

In the circles of addiction recovery around the globe, it is often said that people with substance use disorder need to want to get better in order to do so—often times a “rock bottom” experience is required for such a desire to arise. The friends and families of addicts...

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