Scientists embarked on a large-scale study to explore the correlation between susceptibility to drug abuse and genetics and familial environment.
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Drug Abuse
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Reality Myth 1: Drug abuse is harmful, but it does relieve stress.
This year's fourth and final installment of Heads Up: Real News About Drugs and Your Body deals with the issues of adolescent drug abuse in social situations.
These findings raise the possibility that a person's vulnerability to drug abuse can be influenced by brain-altering environmental factors, Nader's group concludes in an upcoming Nature Neuroscience.
According to the Ohio Casualty Group, a property casualty insurance firm in Hamilton, Ohio, workplace drug abuse costs American companies more than $100 billion each year in lost productivity and higher healthcare and workers' compensation costs.
Taglined "The Definitive Information Source for Medical, Legal, and Substance Abuse Professionals, Forensic Drug Abuse Advisor goes to 1,000 physicians, attorneys and toxicologists.
In June 1994, the federal Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) released its annual survey of coroners in four dozen major cities.
For example, Stude (1990) estimated that the rate of drug abuse among rehabilitation clients may be as high as 40%.