1. Hangover drug shows wider benefits
A well-known hangover drug not only helps soothe pounding headaches but also triggers profound changes that protect the liver, USC scientists report in new findings that could help prevent alcohol-related harm. (sciencedaily.com)
2. For Drug Users, COVID-19 Poses Added Dangers
The National Institute on Drug Abuse director warns the coronavirus could increase the pressure to use, cause complicated health effects and curtail access to treatment for those struggling with addiction. (usnews.com)
3. Addicted Michigan: COVID-19 changes the way addiction treatment centers provide service.
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The COVID-19 virus has changed the way people living with addiction and substance use disorders can get help. (wwmt.com)
4.COVID-19 Is Changing The Fight Against Addiction=
Here’s another group of people whose lives have been upended by COVID-19: Those struggling with addiction who aren’t able to meet in-person for 12-step programs and therapy sessions.
That has addiction treatment providers across California scrambling to move their services online and to the phone. (laist.com)
5. Rats develop cannabis-seeking behavior
A recent study in which rats could self-administer cannabis vapor may provide a useful research model for humans. (medicalnewstoday.com)
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