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Amphetamine Alters Brain Signaling
Seabrook | 31 March

Prolonged use of amphetamine during adolescence can lead to changes in brain functions that last into adulthood, according to a

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Unnecessary Medications Prescribed After Surgeries
Seabrook | 28 March

Physicians are prescribing high amounts of opioid medications to patients after noninvasive surgeries, according to a study published in JAMA.

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Scent of Alcohol Can Change Behaviors
Seabrook | 22 March

The smell of alcohol can cause people to lose their self-control and change their behaviors, according to a new study

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New Technique Created to Test Edible Marijuana Products
Seabrook | 16 March

Edible marijuana products are readily available in over 30 of the United States due to legalized medical and recreational marijuana

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Using Exercise to Reduce Smoking Habits
Seabrook | 1 March

Between 20 and 33 percent of smokers pick up the habit to deal with anxiety and stress, according to a

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Can Aerobic Exercise Reduce Liver Inflammation?
Seabrook | 24 February

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 8 percent of women and 17 percent of men will

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Binge Drinking and High Blood Pressure
Seabrook | 23 February

According to a study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, young adults who binge drink are more likely to

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Study Finds Gambling Rates High In Middle School Students
Seabrook | 9 February

A study published in Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics links gambling and substance use disorders among middle school students.

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New Saliva Test In Development
Seabrook | 22 January

The number of visits to the emergency room related to alcohol continues to rise. Research shows that these visits may

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Teens Influenced By Substance Use in Music Videos
Seabrook | 21 January

In today’s world, teenagers rarely listen to the radio to hear the latest hits. Instead, they are on the website

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