NIDA Notes

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CD ROM: A Collection of NIDA Notes Articles

Picture of NIDA Notes Vol. 23 No. 5: Neuropeptide Promotes Behaviors Tied to Addiction and Overeating

NIDA Notes Vol. 23 No. 5: Neuropeptide Promotes Behaviors Tied to Addiction and Overeating

Reports research findings on a potential new treatment for cocaine abuse and overeating; genetic effects of maternal smoking on children’s behavior; the reduction of risky sexual behaviors; and more.
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NIDA Notes: Volume 22, Number 6

Reports on research investigating the genetic factors in nicotine addiction; substance abuse among people who have mental disorders; antiretroviral medications for HIV-infected injection drug users; brain changes during cocaine withdrawal; and more.
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NIDA Notes Vol. 22, No. 2

Reports research findings on brain circuit activation during cigarette craving; brain activity among cocaine users; a potential new therapy for cocaine addiction; drug court monitoring among high-risk drug offenders; and more.
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NIDA Notes: Volume 24, Number 1

Reports on innovative research, including active brain circuits that shed light on addiction; a new therapeutic skin patch; the disruption of neuron growth on cocaine relapse; genetic changes and vulnerability to relapse; regulators for addiction genes, and more.
Picture of NIDA Notes Vol. 23, No. 4: Prevention Program Alerts Initiation of Alcohol and Tobacco Use

NIDA Notes Vol. 23, No 4: Prevention Program Alerts Initiation of Alcohol and Tobacco Use

Reports research findings on prevention programs to prevent the initiation of alcohol and tobacco use; HIV treatment interruption after prison release; smoking cessation therapies; the role of proteins in cocaine addiction; and more.
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NIDA Notes Vol. 22, No. 4: Ethnic Groups Have Contrasting Genetic Risk for Nicotine Addiction

Reports on research investigating genetic factors in nicotine addiction; interventions for disruptive children and girls’ delinquent behavior; brain receptors in abstinent smokers; long-term neuronal effects of substance abuse; and more.