National Treatment Admissions for Substances of Abuse

The percentage of admissions to state-funded substance abuse treatment facilities citing opiates other than heroin as a primary substance of abuse continue to increase, according to recently released data from the national Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Admissions...

Military Veterans With History of Heavy Alcohol Use

Male military veterans with a history of heavy alcohol use are more likely to seek treatment and, later, report better overall health and less depression than their civilian counterparts, according to new research released tat the American Public Health...

Language and emotion

  We use language every day to express our emotions, but can this language actually affect what and how we feel? Two new studies from Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, explore the ways in which the interaction between...

Opioid Overdoses

The number of lives lost to opioid overdoses is increasing rapidly, according to a new Ontario study — and the bulk of the deaths are clustered among the young. Researchers who combed through death records from the Ontario chief coroner’s office found that the overall...
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