Tailored text messages cut hookah tobacco smoking by nearly half.
The incidence of opioid-associated cardiac arrest increased significantly from 2012 to 2018, according to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021: The Digital Experience.
Investigators aimed to describe trends in hospitalization among patients with comorbid chronic liver diseases and substance use disorders.
The review authors sought to elucidate the neurological harms of methamphetamine, which are well-documented but poorly understood.
The researchers studied mothers of infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome and/or prenatal substance exposure and whether they received treatment for substance use disorder.
How has adolescent substance use and the availability of substances changed during the COVID-19 pandemic? Researchers examine the issue.
Findings based on survey taken before, during COVID-19 pandemic, but actual use did not decline as dramatically
Study data published in PLoS One suggest that gender minority (GM) adolescents may engage in substance use more frequently than their peers.
With overdose deaths spiking during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, data was not disaggregated by month, race/ethnicity, or other social attributes. The study investigators utilized data from emergency medical services in racial/ethnic, social, and geographic trends in overdose-related cardiac arrests.
With substance use disorders being associated with high impulsivity and sensation seeking, this study aimed to clarify whether impulsivity-related traits and sensation seeking predict substance-related problems.