A new study, published in Rheumatology Advances in Practice, indicates that granulomatosis with polyangiitis may be commonly misdiagnosed.
Cocaine is a powerful and highly addictive substance that affects the body in many ways.
The lack of validated pharmacological agents for treating cocaine addiction has prompted researchers to explore alternative behavioural and social interventions.
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Study Finds Cocaine Use Disorder Changes Gene Networks Involved in Neuroinflammation and Neurotransmission
Cocaine use disorder is a chronic, relapsing brain disorder for which there are currently no FDA-approved medication treatments.
The latest figures released reveal that nearly 300,000 adults made contact with drug and alcohol services between April 2021 and March 2022.
MDMA is a type of methamphetamine drug and is most often seen as a brownish white powder but can also appear in the form of a rock or a pill.
The class A drug cocaine is a highly addictive substance that if used frequently has detrimental long-term consequences on the mind and body.
That may be different in individuals recovering from cocaine addiction and who are also HIV-positive.
Liver health charity is warning that thousands of people may have contracted hepatitis C by sharing bank notes or straws whilst snorting cocaine.
Cocaine continues to be one of the most commonly abused illicit drugs in the US.
Public Health England has today revealed that there has been yet another annual rise in the number of UK adults entering treatment for crack cocaine.
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Latest figures released by Public Health England today reveal a rise in the number of adult prisoners being treated for a cocktail of heroin and crack cocaine.
Last year, almost a million in the UK people snorted, dabbed, smoked or injected cocaine, making it the second most popular drug in the country.