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2010-06-29 06:03:00

Findings Make Early Parental Action with Daughters Even More Critical NEW YORK, June 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Survey data released today by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America® and MetLife Foundation found that teenage girls are more likely than teenage boys to perceive potential benefits from drug use and drinking, making teen girls more vulnerable to drug and alcohol abuse. According to a new research analysis of the 2009 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS), sponsored by...

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2010-04-20 06:45:00

While ecstasy became infamous as a drug taken at night clubs or during parties, new research suggests that it might help those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

2010-04-19 10:35:00

WASHINGTON, April 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As the U.S.

2010-02-23 14:34:29

The new research into prospective memory expands on previous studies, which have shown that ecstasy or polydrug users are impaired in performing a number of cognitive tasks, including verbal and spatial exercises.

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2010-02-04 10:20:08

Exposure to ecstasy or cocaine during adolescence increases the "reinforcing effects" that make people vulnerable to developing an addiction.

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2010-01-29 13:15:00

Researchers report that the so-called "club drug" ecstasy is more likely to kill young, healthy people who are not known as regular drug users.

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2009-12-15 06:05:00

Marijuana is becoming increasingly popular with teens in the US.

2009-11-25 14:25:22

Drug users are well informed about the harms associated with the drugs they use, and perceive alcohol and tobacco to be amongst the most dangerous substances.

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2009-11-17 13:05:00

New research shows that frequent use of ketamine - a drug popular with clubbers - is being linked with memory problems.

2009-11-12 11:36:48

A new study carried out at the University of Haifa has found that the oxytocin hormone, known as the 'love hormone,' also affects antisocial behaviors, such as envy and gloating.