Long-Term Health Risks of Cocaine Use: Rhabdomyolysis
Cocaine use in the United States has subsided since the height of its use in the 1980s and ’90s. Use of crack cocaine has correspondingly declined as well. According to...
Breaking News: Scientists Discover New Pathways In Brain Preventing Self-Control In Addicts
There long has been debate over the topic of self-control when it comes to addiction. Many theories have been tossed around. However, in a recent study led by the University...
Study Shows Another Way Cocaine Affects the Brain
One of the best self-preservation abilities of people is when they learn from their mistakes. However, a new study shows that this ability may be the exact thing that cocaine...
Changes in Brain Function Shown in Young Adults Who Occasionally Use Stimulants
According to researchers at the University of California, San Diego, young adults who occasionally use stimulants including cocaine, amphetamines or prescription drugs such as Adderall show brain changes on scans....
Politicians and Substance Abuse
The growing scandal around Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is just the latest in a long history of drug and alcohol abuse by elected officials and the corruption it has been...
Cocaine Intervention: Cut Through the Lies and Help Your Loved One
Drug abuse and lying go hand-in-hand. Where one goes, the other is sure to follow. If you are concerned about a loved one who is addicted to cocaine, you have...