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Addiction

A New Cure for Marijuana Addiction

Doctors in Tennessee say they have discovered the cause of marijuana addiction, and therefore a potential remedy for the fabled vice. In a recently-published study, researchers reveal a missing molecule in the brain that normally triggers cannabinoid recept...

Interactive OD: Watch Prescription Opiates Kill Americans

The prescription painkiller epidemic continues to spiral out of control across the United States, according to a new study, which paints a frightening portrait of the deadly beast known as opiate addiction. 

New Drug to Treat “Marijuana Addiction”

The National Institute on Drug Abuse is sponsoring nationwide clinical trials to determine if an over-the-counter supplement can effectively diminish the desire to use cannabis in habitual users. If successful, the trials could lead to the first FDA-approved medication to...

Marijuana Used As a Substitute for Legal and Illegal Drugs

Marijuana really is the best medicine, as new research finds that the most people currently enrolled in medical marijuana programs are using weed as an alternative to dangerous substances like booze, prescription drugs, and other junkie favorites from the worldwide street...

4 Myths About the Dreaded Marijuana Junkie

​As strange as it may seem, marijuana still has a semi bad reputation for being an addictive substance throughout the mental health community. The shrinks’ bible, commonly referred to as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), has ...

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