Gambling, Excessive Drinking–A Destructive Duo, Researchers Find
Problematic and potentially addictive behaviors strike on multiple fronts, according to a recent report from the American Psychological Association (APA). Current studies from the APA, persons who bet on sports are twice as likely as non-gamblers to also engage in binge drinking. The study also found that the risk of...
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Doctors Urge FDA to Pull Genetic Opioid Marker Test Kit from Shelves
More than 30 prominent physicians across the country have signed a petition asking the FDA to reconsider its controversial decision to approve the opioid drug test AvertD. The drug, manufactured by SOLVD Health and approved by the FDA in 2022, claims to be able to check users for 15 genetic...
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Fentanyl to Play a Pivotal Role in Presidential Election, Pundits Predict
Voters unite on wanting to end the rampage that fentanyl has taken on US soil. Despite different ideas being tossed around, from tightening borders to increasing treatment options, partisans across the political spectrum charge that leaders have forgotten about the issue. Between 2019 and 2023, an estimated 270,000 people died...
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Youth 911 Calls Surge Following Magic Mushroom Decriminalization
Calls to US poison control centers and first responders among youth have surged in the wake of a recent push to decriminalize “magic mushrooms” by states and municipalities across the nation. Statistics from the National Poison Data System show that emergency calls following exposure to psilocybin, the active ingredient in...
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