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Getting drunk in early teens raises premature death risk
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PsichiatriaResearchers have found that people who had their first drunken episode before the age of 15 may be at greater risk of early death. ... ...
 
Study provides further support for genetic factors underlying addictions
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PsichiatriaImpairment of a particular gene raises increases susceptibility to opioid addiction liability as well as vulnerability to binge eating according to a new study. ... ...
 
Binge drinking in teens may raise women's blood glucose in later life
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PsichiatriaA new study finds that women who regularly consume a lot of alcohol and binge drink from their mid-teens are most likely to develop high blood sugar. ... ...
 
Anti-heroin vaccine found effective in non-human primates
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PsichiatriaThis is the first vaccine against an opioid to pass this stage of preclinical testing. ... ...
 
Moderate alcohol consumption linked to brain decline
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PsichiatriaA study of 550 people over 30 years finds that even moderate alcohol consumption is tied to raised risk of hippocampus degeneration and mental decline. ... ...
 
Anticipation helps pathological gamblers hold out for larger-but-later rewards
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PsichiatriaTriggering pathological gamblers to envision a future personal experience reduces their preference for an immediate reward over a larger, delayed award, according to a study published in eNeuro. ... ...
 
Cannabis does relieve stress, but only at low doses
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PsichiatriaMany of us know that cannabis is supposed to destress and relax the user. According to a new study, this may be true - but only up to a point. ... ...
 
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