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A new NPR article explores how ubiquitous behavioral addiction can be in the modern society. Click here to read more at NPR. Share this:

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A Utah bill that passed the state senate recently would reduce the DUI limit by the end of next year to 0.05. Read more about the news at The Fix. Share this:

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The third IQRR monthly assessment of 2017 (Grapes Assessment from the Fruit Series) is now live at the website. Monthly assessments at our website are available for registered website members and you have to be logged into your IQRR account to access our monthly assessments. If you are not a member already, please sign up […]

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The National Center for Health Statistics recently released a study that shows that deaths caused by heroin overdoses quadrupled from 3,036 in 2010 to 12,989 in 2015. Read the study at CDC’s website. Share this:

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Increasing penalties for drug use may not be the best way for communities to handle drug addiction. Read more at The Fix Share this:

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I had my last drink on Thanksgiving Day, 1973. I went to my first meeting that night, and picked up my white plastic poker chip with some dimes taped to it to make call from my new list of friends. There was a death in the family that night. A drunk of 17 years stumbled […]

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently published a study suggesting a link between unusual amnestic syndrome and opioid use disorder. This study looked at people affected by unusual amnestic syndrome in Massachusetts in between 2012 and 2016. Read the full report on CDC’s website. Share this:

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The measures limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days (with some exceptions). They will also increase penalties for dealers whose drugs cause fatal overdoses. Read more at The Fix Share this:

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Read this Discover Magazine article about how neurons activated because of binge-drinking can tell us that we’re starving Share this:

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New Mexico Attorney General announces Project OPEN: Opioid Prevention and Education Network, which will kick off with a free Opioid Abuse Training in Albuquerque on January 11, 2017. Read more about it in the press release Share this:

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