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Background : Heroin use is associated with many serious consequences.While effective treatments exist, barriers to services persist. Understanding service use and barriers to treatment can structure treatment practice and target interventions for those who are most at risk. Objectives : To...
Background : It isunclear whether racial differences in treatment effect exist for individuals in substance abuse and domestic violence programs. Objectives : This study examined racial differences in treatment effect among substance dependent Caucasian and African-American male intimate partner...
Background : Anecdotal reports and recent medical examiner and poison control center studies suggest that computer duster spray (CDS) inhalation is an emerging public health threat. However, there is a current dearth of empirical data on CDS use. Objectives : Study aims were to examine the...
Background : Cannabis withdrawal can be a negative reinforcer for relapse, but little is known about its association with demographic characteristics. Objectives: Evaluate the association of demographic characteristics with the experience of cannabis withdrawal. Methods : Retrospective...
Background : Heroin craving is a trigger for relapse and dropping out of treatment. Methadone has been the standard medication for the management of heroin craving. Objectives : We explored the medication options other than methadone which may have heroin anticraving properties. Methods : To be...
Background : Previous research among drug-using men who have sex with men (MSM) indicates that trading sex for methamphetamine may be common. Objectives : This study identified background characteristics, substance use variables, contextual factors, and sexual risk behaviors associated with...
Background : There is shortage of evidence about the relationship between use of cannabis and obesity. Objectives : This study aimed to examine the association between cannabis use and overweight/obesity in young adults. Methods : Data were from a 21-year follow-up of mothers and their children...
Background : Teaching community program therapists to use motivational interviewing (MI) strategies for addictions treatment with sufficient frequency (i.e., adherence) and skill (i.e., competence) is a priority and challenge for the field. The development of psychometrically valid MI integrity...
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