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Tobacco, Drug Use in Pregnancy Can Double Risk of Stillbirth

Tobacco, Drug Use in Pregnancy Can Double Risk of Stillbirth
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Dr. Reddy collaborated with first author Michael W. Varner, M.D., of the University of Utah School of Medicine, in Salt Lake City, and network researchers from Emory University, in Atlanta, GA; RTI International, in Research Triangle Park, NC; the … Read more on eNews Park Forest


NY man gets 17½ years for moving drug money
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A New York man was sentenced Thursday to 17½ years in federal prison for transporting drug money between Virginia Beach and Atlanta. Quincy Freeman, 36, pleaded guilty in September in U.S. District Court to one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Read more on The Virginian-Pilot


Diversion Program Brings Success in Small Doses

Diversion program brings success in small doses
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Drug courts for nonviolent offenders were instituted at the city level in the early 1990s. Kluger said studies showed that defendants who went through treatment with a judge riding herd on them were less likely to commit new crimes than those who weren … Read more on Buffalo News


Treatment for cocaine addiction targets relapse
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An experimental drug called nepicastat shows promise in helping treat cocaine addiction, based on its ability to stave off relapse-like behavior in animals trained to give themselves cocaine. The National Institute on Drug Abuse is beginning a clinical … Read more on Emory University News and Events


Developing Drugs to End Cocaine Addiction


Developing Drugs to End Cocaine Addiction – Emory’s David Weinshenker, PhD, describes research into drugs that can be used to assist in ending cocaine addiction, in particular preventing relapses. Background Disulfiram has been used as a means to fight alcohol addiction; after taking the drug, people who drink had a bad reaction, worse than any hangover, and thus develop an aversion to alcohol. Scientists are now working on a similar drug for the treatment of cocaine addiction. Originally tests were done using disulfiram but now research is moving towards drugs like nepicastat that target only dopamine beta-hydroxylase (DBH). Discussing this research is David Weinshenker, PhD, a Associate Professor of Human Genetics at the Emory University School of Medicine. Related Links Experimental Treatments for Cocaine Addiction May Prevent Relapse shared.web.emory.edu Profile: David Weinshenker genetics.emory.edu Emory Department of Human Genetics genetics.emory.edu


Cocaine Addiction Yale

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Center, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, e-mail [email protected]yale.edu. Yongtao Guan’s research addiction, cocaine craving and relapse pose the greatest challenges. Despite the availability … Return Doc

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PDF file Preliminary Validation Of The Yale Food Addiction Scale
The current study representsa preliminary exploration of the Yale Food Addiction Scale (YFAS), designed to identify those exhibiting signs of addiction Finally, locomotor cross-sensitization with amphetamines and cocaine and an increased motivational tendency towards ethanol occurs in sugar … View Full Source

About Might As Well Face It, You’re Addicted To Food…Or Are You …
“There’s a strong possibility that food addiction exists,” according to Ashley N. Gearhardt, MS, MPhil, a Yale Psychology doctoral student. is real – MRI readings show that sugar and refined foods excite the same area of our brains that alcohol and cocaine … Read Article