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Athletes who revived their career in 2016 Olympics after battling addiction – 1: Michael Phelps

Addictive habit does not show any bias. One cannot claim that people of a particular class are more likely to abuse alcohol or have more weakness for drugs. The tendency to get dependent on any substance can be seen among any group, including sportspersons.

Scientists find compound that can help reverse cocaine dependence

Cocaine remains one of the most abused drugs in the United States with nearly 1.5 million Americans using it in 2014, as per the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The effects of cocaine are felt almost immediately that range from acute bouts of depression, to feelings of edginess...

International FASD Awareness Day: No amount of alcohol during pregnancy is safe

Physicians warn pregnant women against drinking alcohol citing a possible risk of psychological and neurodevelopmental disorders in their unborn babies. The kinds of physical and intellectual difficulties that occur in children as a consequence of their mother’s alcohol consumption are classified as fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs). Each year,...

National Recovery Month: Women more likely to quit smoking than men

Tobacco smoking is a grave problem in the United States. The death rate involving Americans who smoke is three times more than those who have never smoked. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....

The tiniest addicts: How babies get addicted in their mothers’ womb

Substance abuse is a serious public health problem in the United States. Statistics suggest that more than 20 million Americans are current or former drug addicts. According to the National Institute on Drug abuse (NIDA), the impact of drugs on health and productivity of the citizens cost the country...

Pharma-sponsored free meals for physicians influence prescription of drugs: Study

There is a need to be extra careful while prescribing drugs to patients. While over-the-counter (OTC) drugs may have many benefits to offer, they do have some potential risks too. Before prescribing any kind of drug, factors like the patient’s needs and age must be taken into account.

Use of drugs to self-medicate pain leads to addiction: Study

Law enforcement agencies and health care providers are leaving no stone unturned in tackling the surge in opioid abuse cases and thus, have been formulating guidelines and implementing regulations to check the problem. But amid this clamor, chronic pain sufferers believe that their cry for help and need for...

High death rate associated with alcohol use disorders: Study

People across the world are well aware of the ill effects of alcohol, but they rarely take any concrete step to regulate their drinking habits. People in the United States are no different. It is evident from a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report which says that...

Scientists reveal impact of drugs and alcohol on placental development

It is known that the food choices made by a woman during her gestation phase affect the health of the unborn child. From time to time, medical practitioners advise expectant mothers on the kind of lifestyle they must adopt to eliminate the risk of disorders in their children.

Alzheimer’s medication can help quit tobacco smoking: Study

It is not easy to get rid of tobacco smoking habit as one needs a strong will to free oneself from the physical dependence on nicotine. Moreover, it is difficult to curb the habit of hinging on to the temporary and addictive high that one obtains from the nicotine...

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