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April 24, 2014
New England Journal of Medicine commentary describes that vital medications are currently underutilized in addiction treatment services and discusses ongoing efforts by major public health agencies to encourage their use
January 23, 2014
Guide on treating teen substance abuse and online education for healthcare providers now available
January 3, 2014
New NIH study shows that certain protective factors do not exist in those with severe mental illness
December 18, 2013
NIH’s 2013 Monitoring the Future Survey shows high rates of marijuana use; decreases in abuse of pain relievers and synthetic drugs
December 10, 2013
New NIH study dispels concerns about addressing tobacco addiction among substance abuse patients
November 21, 2013
Science Spotlight
October 21, 2013
NIH also improves access for parents, teachers, and Spanish language readers
September 9, 2013
NIH-led observance connects teens with drug abuse experts
August 29, 2013
NIH’s HIV/AIDS research awards will also look at vaccine innovations
August 7, 2013
Science Highlight
August 5, 2013
Science Highlight
June 3, 2013
Science Highlight
May 17, 2013
Projects on “bath salts” and the link between fetal alcohol exposure and diabetes take other honors