New research conducted in mice identifies a neural pathway crucial to both depression and addiction. Can we treat these problems by simply manipulating this pathway?
Cutting social connections and challenges making new ones can lead people back to using, experts say Aidan Geary · CBC News · Posted: Jul 28,
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Becoming addicted is gradual process involving the interplay of genetic factors, early experiences, and the effects of potentially addictive substances and experiences on specific brain
OTTAWA, Feb. 14, 2018 /CNW/ – While we know that people with mental illness and addiction often face stigma in Canadian society, we may be surprised to learn
When it comes to women and drinking, sometimes a glass of wine isn’t just a glass of wine, says journalist and author Ann Dowsett Johnston. “Wine