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February 06, 2016

We have long expected to see increasing substance use in middle and later life with the aging of baby boomers—a demographic that traditionally had a more relaxed attitude to substance use. A recent study funded by the National Institute on Aging...

 

New & Noteworthy
February 02, 2016

An estimated 3.3 million women between the ages of 15 and 44 years are at risk of exposing their developing baby to alcohol because they are drinking, sexually active, and not using birth control to prevent pregnancy, according to the latest CDC...

 

Research News
January 29, 2016

The concept of addiction as a brain disease is still being questioned. Yet, an article published in The New England Journal of Medicine by NIDA Director Dr. Nora Volkow, NIAAA Director Dr. George Koob, and Dr. A. Thomas McLellan, co-founder and...

 

New & Noteworthy
December 18, 2015

La publicación incluye información sobre métodos eficaces pero poco utilizados.

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New & Noteworthy
December 16, 2015

Alcohol biosensor research part of NIH's "bold vision" to advance biomedical opportunities

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) ...

 

New & Noteworthy
December 02, 2015

Un 75 por ciento informa no recibir ningún tipo de tratamiento

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New & Noteworthy
December 01, 2015
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New & Noteworthy
December 01, 2015
Follow the science to fast-track the end of AIDS When the first cases of what would become known as AIDS were reported in 1981, scientists and physicians did not know the cause and had no therapies to treat those who were infected...

 

New & Noteworthy
November 23, 2015

En Estados Unidos, y en todo el mundo, los hombres beben más alcohol que las mujeres. Sin embargo, un análisis reciente, realizado por científicos del Instituto Nacional sobre el Abuso del Alcohol y el Alcoholismo (NIAAA, por su...

 

News Release
November 23, 2015

In the United States, and throughout the world, men drink more alcohol than women. But a recent analysis by scientists at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), part of the National Institutes of Health, indicates that...

 

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