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(Drug and alcohol dependence[TA])
7,946 results
  • Current cannabis use and smoking cessation among treatment seeking combustible smokers. [Journal Article]
    Drug Alcohol Depend 2020; 209:107928Rogers AH, Shepherd JM, … Zvolensky MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current study provides novel evidence that cannabis use may be related to combustible tobacco use in terms of faster time to lapse and lower likelihood of any 7-day point prevalence abstinence following smoking cessation treatment. Developing integrated cannabis-tobacco cessation treatments is an important next step in research focused on tobacco-cannabis use.
  • The prevalence and impact of elevated anxiety sensitivity among hazardous drinking college students. [Journal Article]
    Drug Alcohol Depend 2020; 209:107922Paulus DJ, Zvolensky MJ
  • Hazardous drinking is prevalent among college students, yet few seek treatment. Anxiety sensitivity AS is one factor with relevance to drinking. Yet, there are no known estimates of the prevalence of elevated AS among hazardous drinkers. The current study sought to estimate the prevalence of elevated AS among hazardous drinking college students and to examine relations between AS and hazardous dr…
  • Socio-demographic and ecological factors associated with anti-HCV prevalence in people who inject drugs: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Drug Alcohol Depend 2020; 209:107899Colledge S, Leung J, … Larney S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Serological surveillance data are increasingly available globally; however, there are still geographical gaps in quantification of HCV prevalence among PWID that must be addressed to inform efforts to achieve HCV elimination. Anti-HCV prevalence was lower in samples of PWID from countries with lower Human Development Index scores, which points to an opportunity to provide targeted intervention and potentially control transmission rates of infection in countries characterized by poor population health, education, and income.
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