Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 1 Week

1. Psychiatric Comorbidities May Raise Risk For Sedative Use Disorder In Patients With Opioid Use Disorder

Over half of the sample attained opioids through their own prescription, and 47.2% of patients with co-occurring sedative use disorder attained sedatives by prescription. (psychiatryadvisor.com )

2. Locked Down And Liquored Up: Research Reveals The Truth About Australians’ Drinking During Covid-19

Researchers at the University of South Australia’s Ehrenberg Bass Institute for Marketing Science have found that despite predictions that the lockdown might cause a spike in alcohol consumption, the truth is, there was very. (medicalxpress.com)

3. The Hidden Deaths Of Covid-19

The coronavirus pandemic has left an untold number dying in the shadows, not directly because of the virus but still because of it. (usnews.com)

4. Exploring Expanded Response Options To Opioid Harms: Case Studies From Four Canadian Clinics

Case studies with four Canadian primary care providers who offer responses to opioid harms that extend beyond those outlined in the guidelines of the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse. ( ccsa.ca )

5. Impaired Glutamate Homeostasis In The Nucleus Accumbens In Human Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction is characterized by an overwhelming craving for the substance, which drives its escalating use despite adverse consequences. Animal models suggest disrupted glutamate homeostasis in the nucleus accumbens to underlie addiction-like behavior.(nature.com)

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