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Past-year substance use disorder higher for adolescents than young adults at all examined time frames since first use
The key findings of this study are that adolescents planning a violent attack often engage in noticeable behaviors, and when someone reports these signs, a tragedy can be prevented.
Francis Collins, MD, PhD, director of the NIH recently spoke with Nora Volkow, MD, director of NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people struggling with substance use disorders and those who are trying to help them.
This study looked at the predictive effects of parenting processes and family functioning on depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation in a randomized controlled trial of integrated cognitive-behavioral therapy vs. treatment as usual for adolescents with comorbid SUDs and psychiatric disorders.
With COVID-19 having truly disastrous effects, the study authors sought to uncover the toll of substance abuse during the pandemic.
Researchers compared the rate at which patients diagnosed with both depression and a substance use disorder received acute and continuous pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy with the rate at which patients solely diagnosed with depression received the same treatments.
Adults with chronic back pain who had adverse allergic reactions to NSAIDs are at higher risk for developing an opioid use disorder.
There have been few studies that have examined the specificity of mood disorder subtypes among the children of parents with both major subtypes of mood disorders and controls based on prospective tracking across the transition from childhood to adulthood.
Substance use disorder is associated with a higher risk for COVID-19 than that seen in the general population, as well as worse outcomes.