Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 1 Week

1. Social and Behavioral Factors Most Closely Associated With Dying

Smoking, divorce, and alcohol abuse have the closest connection to death out of 57 social and behavioral factors analyzed in this study. The researchers analyzed data collected from 13,611 adults in. (

2. Opioid Use Common Among Patients With Migraine

Approximately one-third of patients with migraine reported using opioids to treat their symptoms, a practice that contrasts with current guidelines. (

3. Leading academics call for a statutory levy on gambling firms to reduce harm

Leading UK academic scientists are urging the government to introduce a statutory levy on gambling firms to deliver reductions in gambling harms. (

4. 1 in 10 Americans Uses a Prescription Painkiller: CDC

Americans continue to look to the medicine cabinet for pain relief, with 1 in 10 using some type of prescription painkiller, a new U.S. government report says (

5. Webinar – Considerations for Drug Research and COVID-19

The Inter-American Observatory on Drugs, commonly known by its Spanish language acronym, OID, is CICAD’s research unit, providing support to OAS member states in the collection and analysis of data on the drug problem so that they can design more effective national drug policies. (cicad.oas.orgp)

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