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Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – January 4th Week

1. Early life adversity and opioid addiction

Individuals with a history of early life adversity (ELA) are disproportionately prone to opioid addiction. A new study reveals why. The study examines how early adversities interact with factors such as increased access to opioids to directly influence brain development and function, causing a higher potential for opioid addiction. (sciencedaily.com)

2. Using Mindfulness to Curb Addiction

Mindfulness holds promise as a treatment for those struggling to curb their substance misuse, researchers say. (usnews.com)

3. Alcohol-Fueled Deaths Doubled in the US Over Past 20 Years

Death certificate data suggest that alcohol-related mortality increased in the United States between 1999 and 2017. (psychiatryadvisor.com)

4. The study identifies reasons for drinking in the UK serving and ex-serving military personnel

A study, led by the University of Liverpool and King’s College London, has identified the reasons why the UK serving and ex-serving military personnel drink, in research based on military personnel self-reporting stress. (medicalxpress.com)

5. Recovery Capital Conference of Canada

The 4th Annual Recovery Capital Conference Advisory Committee is pleased to announce Abstract submission is open for 2020. (recoverycapitalconference.com)

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Last Update : January 30, 2020

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