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Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced a bipartisan bill in June 2018 (S.3032) that would exempt most marijuana-related activities from the Controlled Substances Act when they are allowed under state or tribal law.
Researchers believe this therapy shows potential as a brain-based approach for correcting cortical physiologic deficits in this population.
The altered brain reward response seen in adolescents with anorexia in this study may indicate alterations in dopamine function, which may play a key role in anorexia's pathophysiology.
The researchers noted that these findings highlight the complexity of obesity as a disease that shares a common etiology with some psychiatric and addictive disorders.
The treatment led to significantly greater symptom relief and belief reduction compared with exposure and response prevention.
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