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  • ASAM Weekly for January 31, 2023

    Jan 31, 2023, 10:00 AM by Maciek Gregorski
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  • ASAM Weekly for January 24, 2023

    Jan 26, 2023, 13:05 PM by ASAM Weekly Editors
    According to results from the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly 1 in 3 adults in America had either a substance use disorder (SUD) or any mental illness (AMI) in the past year, almost half of all young adults had either a SUD or AMI, and for many with either (SUD or AMI) the COVID pandemic was a global stressor (NSDUH). Not often captured by NSDUH surveys, incarcerated individuals represent a broad population at high risk for opioid use disorder (OUD) and opioid-overdose deaths.
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  • ASAM Weekly for January 17, 2023

    Jan 24, 2023, 09:05 AM by ASAM Weekly Editor's
    Pain and addiction have a close relationship. For example, research has shown that three days of opioids prescribed for acute postoperative pain can increase the chances of chronic opioid use.
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  • ASAM Weekly for December 20, 2022

    Jan 24, 2023, 08:49 AM by ASAM Weekly Editors
    Recent years in addiction medicine have been transformative, and this year was exceptional. The opioid crisis and the COVID pandemic, being front-of-mind for many, created a sense of awareness in Washington D.C. that we must continue to capitolize on (spelling pun intended) (NPR, NBC).
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  • ASAM Weekly for January 10, 2023

    Jan 12, 2023, 12:48 PM by ASAM Weekly Editors
    Defining and diagnosing addiction has evolved over the years with cravings becoming a core component in the conceptualization. As we move forward, machine learning is enabling scientists to identify stable brain patterns that can function as a neuromarker for cravings (food and drugs) and potentially be used in diagnosis and treatment response.
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