1. Nearly Half Of U.S. Teens Who Vape Want To Quit
Addictive e-cigarettes have made inroads among American teens, and government campaigns to prevent vaping among the young are everywhere. (usnews.com)
2. Rates Of E-Cigarette And Marijuana Use Not Associated With Vaping-Related Lung Injuries, Study Finds
Higher rates of e-cigarette and marijuana use in U.S. states did not result in more e-cigarette or vaping-related lung injuries (known as EVALI), a new study from the Yale School of Public Health. (sciencedaily.com)
3. State Policies Allowing Cannabis Use For Oud Affect Dispensary Marketing
State policies that allow OUD for medical cannabis use were linked to dispensaries marketing unsupported claims for the use of cannabis for OUD.(psychiatryadvisor.com)
4. Nicotine Withdrawal In Zebrafish Offers Clues To Human Addiction
Researchers have identified nicotine-induced withdrawal for the first time in the zebrafish model—a discovery that could be used to test ways of treating withdrawal from addiction in humans. (medicalxpress.com)
5. Zoom Users Flock To Cosmetic Surgeons Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
As the option of elective surgeries has been restored amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans stuck at home and on Zoom video meetings are increasingly heading to cosmetic surgeons. (foxnews.com)
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