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Interview with Dr Zainab Samaan

Posted Sun, Sep, 11,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr Zainab Samaan, of McMaster University. Dr Samaan's full paper, A Prospective Study to Investigate Predictors of Relapse among Patients with Opioid Use Disorder Treated with Methadone, is available for download in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment.Please summarize for readers the content of your article.This is a study of factors associated with opioid addi...

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Interview with Dr Jennifer Penberthy

Posted Tue, Sep, 06,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr Jennifer Penberthy, of University of Virginia. Dr Penberthy's full paper, Are Smoking Cessation Treatments Associated with Suicidality Risk? An Overview, is available for download in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment.Please summarize for readers the content of your article. We reviewed the risk of suicidality for a variety of smoking cessation intervention...

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Public Science Insights: Blogging to Quit Smoking

Posted Sun, Jul, 10,2016 -

Smoking during pregnancy has adverse outcomes for the mother, the pregnancy, the fetus, and the baby. For women who are pregnant, smoking increases the risk of having an ectopic pregnancy, abruption placentae, placenta previa, and a miscarriage. Smoking during pregnancy also increases the chances of a newborn baby: (1) being born prematurely, (2) having a low birth weight, (3) having difficulty in...

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Interview with author Dr Thomas Brown

Posted Wed, May, 06,2015 -

This author interview is by Dr Thomas Brown, of McGill University. Dr Brown's full paper, Lower Cortisol Activity is Associated with First-Time Driving while Impaired, is available for download in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment.Please summarise for readers the content of your article.We found that following exposure to a mildly stressful task (i.e., mental arithmetic under time press...

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Public Science Insights article on the life history calendar and how can it be used to understand drug use and treatment

Posted Mon, Dec, 08,2014 -

Addiction and public health researchers endeavor to understand the complex relationship between life events and substance using behaviors to better disentangle their interaction with access to health services and treatment outcomes.  Typically, this research relies on standardized questionnaires, which tend to overlook detailed lifetime experiences. Qualitative methods are one solution th...

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Interview with Mrs Alyssa Brooks

Posted Sun, Nov, 16,2014 -

This author interview is by Alyssa Brooks, of the National Institutes of Health. Mrs Brooks' full paper, Sleep Disturbances in Individuals with Alcohol-Related Disorders: A Review of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and Associated Non-Pharmacological Therapies, is available for download in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment.First please summarise for readers the content ...

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