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2011-06-21 12:09:25

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have identified abnormal brain structures in the frontal lobe of cocaine users' brains which are linked to their compulsive cocaine-using behavior.

2011-04-04 20:09:16

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University (SBU) have conducted the most comprehensive study to date of how cocaine users respond to drug-related and other emotional stimuli, making use of comparisons with a matched control group and exploring the effects of recent cocaine use and abstinence.

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2010-03-03 10:15:00

Researchers in the United States have discovered that accidental overdose deaths involving cocaine rise when the average weekly ambient temperature passes 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

2009-05-26 07:27:01

Parts of the brain involved in monitoring behaviors and emotions show different levels of activity in cocaine users relative to non-drug users, even when both groups perform equally well on a psychological test.

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2009-02-23 15:03:56

Cocaine use can have toxic effects on brain cells (neurons) that produce dopamine, say experts at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston in a report that appears today in the journal Psychiatry Research.

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2008-02-26 00:40:00

A team of scientists believe they have discovered a part of the brain which responds to cocaine use. The results of their research may further explain why some users make cocaine use a habit while others become social users.

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2005-05-10 06:39:17

Cocaine users seem to have an unusually high incidence of coronary artery aneurysms, weakened areas of heart blood vessels that raise the risk of heart attacks, new research finds.


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  • In the month which preceded the present; in the last month, as distinguished from the current or present month and all others.
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The word 'ultimo' comes from the Latin phrase 'ultimo mense', 'in the last month'.
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