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Prediction of Heavy Alcohol Use
Seabrook | 29 June

New research finds that we may be able to predict which adolescents and teenagers will become heavy alcohol consumers, according

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Opioid Use Disorders Doubled in Last Ten Years
Seabrook | 28 June

A study conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA) and published in the Journal of Clinical

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Parenting Techniques Influence Teenage Alcohol Consumption
Seabrook | 27 June

Children that act impulsively are often labeled as problem children that will likely continue with their impulsiveness later in life,

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Do Painkillers Prolong Chronic Pain?
Seabrook | 21 June

Due to the thousands of overdoses caused by prescription medications each year, it is important that scientists research these powerful

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Marijuana Users Think It’s OK to Smoke and Drive
Seabrook | 16 June

A study conducted by RTI International and published in Health Education Research finds that marijuana users believe it is okay

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People Misusing Medication to Alleviate Chronic Pain
Seabrook | 15 June

Many studies have shown that people misusing medications, whether they are prescribed to them or not, are attempting to alleviate

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Smoking During Pregnancy Can Lead to ADHD
Seabrook | 7 June

It is well known that smoking during pregnancy affects the baby in numerous ways. It can lead to premature birth,

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Link Found Between Light Drinking and Breast Cancer
Seabrook | 3 June

A new study published in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research finds all levels of alcohol consumption, even light levels, can

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Fraternity Members Not Swayed by Intervention
Seabrook | 1 June

The reputation of the Greek college system of fraternities and sororities is seen as full of partying and drinking. Studies

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Marijuana Use and Behavioral Problems Linked
Seabrook | 26 May

The rate of marijuana use in adolescents is declining, according to a study published in the Journal of the American

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