Researchers investigated whether high-potency cannabis may be associated with a higher risk of psychosis and cannabis use disorder compared with lower-potency products.
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A group of researchers in launched a clinical trial to assess whether a short stint of in-hospital counseling would have an impact on tobacco and alcohol consumption.
This trial was conducted at 20 midwifery practices and 3 hospital obstetric departments in the Netherlands in 2017.
While insomnia and depression have close ties, researchers know little about the connection between hypersomnolence and depression. To learn more, the investigators conducted a longitudinal study in the United States, recruiting 10,931 participants from 8 states.
Investigators assessed the effectiveness of a combined smoking cessation intervention involving expectant fathers.
In their Public Opinion Poll, the APA collected information from 1000 US adults aged 18 and over between March 26, 2021, and April 5, 2021.
The researchers’ goal was to determine the effectiveness of a text message program vs only assessment for vaping cessation among young adults.
The researchers combined virtual reality with Approach Bias Modification to determine if this would improve smokers’ motivation to quit smoking and reduce the number of dropouts from smoking cessation programs.
With COVID-19 having truly disastrous effects, the study authors sought to uncover the toll of substance abuse during the pandemic.