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The News About Tiger Woods Last Week Serves as a Strong Reminder That Everyone Who Takes Prescription Drugs Must Be Knowledgeable About What They're Putting Into Their Mouth

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Website Provides Mental and Behavioral Health Resources for Teens

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TLC4Teens.org offers a vetted directory of educational websites and hotlines for children and their parents

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New Consensus Document for Appropriate Use of Drug Testing in Clinical Addiction Medicine

A new Consensus Document from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) provides practical, evidence-based recommendations on the use of drug testing for identification, diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of patients with or at risk for substance use disorders (SUDs). The document appears in the May/June issue of the Journal of Addiction Medicine, the official journal of ASAM. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

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Why Pot-Smoking Declines — but Doesn’t End — with Parenthood

Adults who smoke marijuana often cut back after becoming parents — but they don’t necessarily quit.

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Kids in High-Achieving Schools: Addiction Down the Road?

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They have what most would want – affluent upwardly mobile parents, living in comfortable homes in the suburbs, going to an elite high school and being groomed for the nation’s best colleges. But these “privileged” American high schoolers can be at high risk for problematic substance abuse across early adulthood, according to new research from Arizona State University.

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Study Documents Opioid Abuse Following Urologic Surgery

About 1 in 1,111 patients who undergo urologic surgery experience opioid dependence or overdose, a Loyola Medicine study has found. Patients at highest risk were younger, underwent inpatient surgery, had longer hospital stays, were on Medicaid or Medicare or had a history of depression or COPD.

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Researchers Test How to Accurately Assess Use of New Psychoactive Drugs such as “Bath Salts”

Researchers surveyed individuals entering NYC EDM parties about their drug usage, with almost one out of ten participants who reported no “bath salt” use as per the gate question then reported use of one or more drugs in this class, such as methylone, providing evidence of under-reporting.

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Policy Statement Urges 'Alternatives to Discipline' for Nurses with Substance Use Disorders

A new position statement on substance use by nurses and nursing students emphasizes "alternative-to-discipline" (ATD) approaches—including specialized treatment and a pathway for return to practice, according to a position paper in the April/June issue of Journal of Addictions Nursing (JAN), the official journal of the International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA). The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

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Volunteering Might Prevent Substance Abuse for Female Student-Athletes

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As substance abuse continues to be a health concern in colleges and universities across the U.S., a social scientist from the University of Missouri has found that female student-athletes who volunteer in their communities and engage in helping behaviors are less likely to partake in dangerous alcohol and marijuana use.







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