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46 hot topic(s) found with the query "Addiction "

Current status of opioid addiction treatment and related preclinical research.
Kreek M J et al. Science advances 2019 Oct (10) eaax9140 (Posted: Dec-09-2019 9AM)

Myth or Fact? “Addiction Is a Choice"
NIDA, June 17, 2019 Brand (Posted: Jun-17-2019 11AM)

Applications of machine learning in addiction studies: A systematic review.
Mak Kwok Kei et al. Psychiatry research 2019 Mar 53-60 (Posted: Mar-20-2019 8AM)

Gutted about opioids- The microbiome may have an influence on addiction
W Yan, Nature Medicine, October 30, 2018 (Posted: Oct-30-2018 0PM)

An Ambitious Research Plan to Help Solve the Opioid Crisis
Brand (Posted: Jun-12-2018 10AM)

Human Genetics of Addiction: New Insights and Future Directions.
Hancock Dana B et al. Current psychiatry reports 2018 Mar (2) 8 (Posted: Jun-12-2018 10AM)

Mapping risk factors for depression across the lifespan: An umbrella review of evidence from meta-analyses and Mendelian randomization studies.
Köhler Cristiano A et al. Journal of psychiatric research 2018 May 189-207 (Posted: Jun-12-2018 10AM)

NIH leadership outlines interdisciplinary FY2018 research plan for HEAL Initiative
NIH, June 12, 2018 Brand (Posted: Jun-12-2018 10AM)

New Gene Variant Robustly Linked to Opioid Addiction
M Brooks, Medscape, Mar 2018 (Posted: Mar-09-2018 9AM)

Genome Culture: Genetic Testing for Susceptibility to Opioid Addiction Is a Risky Business
L Hercher, Genome Magazine, Jan 25, 2018 (Posted: Jan-29-2018 3PM)

Toward precision medicine in addiction treatment.
Volkow Nora et al. The American journal on addictions 2018 Jan 27(1) 35-36 (Posted: Jan-03-2018 10AM)

From fighting cancer to opioid addiction: Genetics matter with medications
Mayo Clinic, Oct 9, 2017 (Posted: Oct-10-2017 10AM)

Road to Recovery: New personalized treatments and technologies are helping people free themselves from opioid addiction.
Genome Magazine, Summer 2017 (Posted: Jul-15-2017 10AM)

Genetic Counseling for Alcohol Addiction: Assessing Perceptions and Potential Utility in Individuals with Lived Experience and Their Family Members.
Kalb Fayth M et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2017 Feb (Posted: Apr-12-2017 8AM)

Personalized Medicine of Alcohol Addiction: Pharmacogenomics and beyond.
Manolopoulos Vangelis George et al. Current pharmaceutical biotechnology 2017 Feb (Posted: Apr-07-2017 10AM)

Genetic signatures of heroin addiction.
Chen Shaw-Ji et al. Medicine 2016 Aug (31) e4473 (Posted: Mar-18-2017 6AM)

The Surgeon General Report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health
Surgeon General, HHS, November 2016 (Posted: Nov-20-2016 7AM)

Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health
VH Murthy, JAMA, November 17, 2016 (Posted: Nov-20-2016 7AM)

Genetics of Substance Use Disorders.
Yu Cassie et al. Child and adolescent psychiatric clinics of North America 2016 Jul (3) 377-85 (Posted: Oct-16-2016 8AM)

Can a DNA Test Really Predict Opiate Addiction?
Z Siegel, Daily Beast, October 16, 2016 (Posted: Oct-16-2016 8AM)

Smoking and caffeine consumption: a genetic analysis of their association.
Treur Jorien L et al. Addiction biology 2016 Mar (Posted: Jul-13-2016 7AM)

Genetic imaging consortium for addiction medicine: From neuroimaging to genes.
Mackey Scott et al. Progress in brain research 2016 203-23 (Posted: Apr-06-2016 11AM)

What does addiction medicine expect from neuroscience? From genes and neurons to treatment responses.
Le Foll Bernard et al. Progress in brain research 2016 419-47 (Posted: Mar-15-2016 2PM)

Epigenetics and Addiction.
Cadet Jean Lud et al. Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 2016 Feb (Posted: Feb-13-2016 11AM)

RNA-binding proteins, neural development and the addictions.
Bryant C D et al. Genes, brain, and behavior 2016 Jan (1) 169-86 (Posted: Feb-12-2016 1PM)

Born to do drugs: overcoming a family history of addiction
Drug Rehab (Posted: Feb-12-2016 1PM)

Neurobiologic Advances from the Brain Disease Model of Addiction
ND Volkov, NEJM January 27, 2016 (Posted: Jan-29-2016 11AM)

Genetic and environmental contributions to initiation of cigarette smoking in young African-American and European-American women.
Sartor Carolyn E et al. Drug and alcohol dependence 2015 Dec 54-9 (Posted: Jan-06-2016 8PM)

Therapies in early development for the treatment of opiate addiction.
Rodríguez-Arias Marta et al. Expert opinion on investigational drugs 2015 Sep 1-14 (Posted: Oct-30-2015 1PM)

Commonalities and Distinctions Among Mechanisms of Addiction to Alcohol and Other Drugs.
Ozburn Angela R et al. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2015 Oct (10) 1863-77 (Posted: Oct-30-2015 1PM)

Genetic Similarities between Compulsive Overeating and Addiction Phenotypes: A Case for "Food Addiction"?
Carlier Nina et al. Current psychiatry reports 2015 Dec (12) 96 (Posted: Oct-30-2015 1PM)

Call to Action for An Addicted America
S.Burwell, HHS Secrertary, October 2015 (Posted: Oct-30-2015 1PM)

Intervention: Curbing America’s Addiction to Prescription Drugs
D. Houry, CDC Injury Center Director, October 2015 (Posted: Oct-30-2015 1PM)

Gene network analysis shows immune-signaling and ERK1/2 as novel genetic markers for multiple addiction phenotypes: alcohol, smoking and opioid addiction.
Reyes-Gibby Cielito C et al. BMC Syst Biol 2015 25 (Posted: Jul-08-2015 9AM)

Addiction pharmacogenetics: a systematic review of the genetic variation of the dopaminergic system.
Patriquin Michelle A et al. Psychiatr. Genet. 2015 Jul 2. (Posted: Jul-08-2015 9AM)

Common single nucleotide variants underlying drug addiction: more than a decade of research.
Bühler Kora-Mareen et al. Addict Biol 2015 Jan 21. (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Intrinsic plasticity: an emerging player in addiction.
Kourrich Saïd et al. Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 2015 Mar (3) 173-84 (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Alcohol Dependence Genetics: Lessons Learned From Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) and Post-GWAS Analyses.
Hart Amy B et al. Alcohol. Clin. Exp. Res. 2015 Jun 25. (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Addiction: 4 big questions
D Holmes, Nature Outlook, June 24, 2015 (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Genetics: No more addictive personality
M Szalavitz, Nature Outlook, June 24, 2015 (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Addiction- Nature Outlook Issue
Brian Owens, Nature Outlook, June 24, 2015 (Posted: Jun-29-2015 2PM)

Are genetic variants for tobacco smoking associated with cannabis involvement?
Agrawal Arpana et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2015 May 1. 183-7 (Posted: May-28-2015 7AM)

The Big Data Addiction-NGS Has It Bad
Greatest Challenge Lies In Effective Analysis and Interpretation. J Buguliskis, GEN News, May 2015 (Posted: May-07-2015 8AM)

Common single nucleotide variants underlying drug addiction: more than a decade of research.
Bühler Kora-Mareen et al. Addict Biol 2015 Jan 21. (Posted: Apr-05-2015 9AM)

About drugs and addiction
Brand (Posted: Feb-25-2015 0PM)

Alcohol and ischaemic heart disease risk-finally moving beyond interpretation of observational epidemiology.
Roerecke Michael et al. Addiction 2015 Jan 22. (Posted: Feb-16-2015 9AM)

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