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Brain reactivity to alcohol and cannabis marketing during sobriety and intoxication Brain reactivity to alcohol and cannabis marketing during sobriety and intoxication

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Date added: 02/25/2016
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Authors: de Sousa Fernandes Perna EB, Theunissen EL, Kuypers KP, Evers EA, Stiers P, Toennes SW, Witteman J, van Dalen W, Ramaekers JG.

Published in: Addiction Biology, Jan 2016

Abstract extract: Drugs of abuse stimulate striatal dopamine release and activate reward pathways. This study examined the impact of alcohol and cannabis marketing on the reward circuit in alcohol and cannabis users while sober and intoxicated. 

Under the influence: 3. Role of parliamentary groups Under the influence: 3. Role of parliamentary groups

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Date added: 06/23/2014
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Full title: Under the influence: 3. Role of parlimentary groups.

Paper by Jonathan Gornall. Published in BMJ in January 2014.

Fra forbudszone til bufferzone. Ny politik i forhold til stofscenen på Vesterbro Fra forbudszone til bufferzone. Ny politik i forhold til stofscenen på Vesterbro

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Date added: 06/17/2015
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Paper by Esben Houborg, Vibeke Asmussen Frank and Bagga Bjerge

Published in STOF

From the birth of the smokers’ clinic to the invention of Nicorette... From the birth of the smokers’ clinic to the invention of Nicorette...

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Date added: 06/17/2015
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Full title: From the birth of the smokers’ clinic to the invention of Nicorette: Problamatizing smoking as addiction in Sweden 1955-1971

Paper by Mark Elam

Published in Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs

The shifting roles of medical stakeholders in opioid substitution treatment: a comparison between... The shifting roles of medical stakeholders in opioid substitution treatment: a comparison between...

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Full title: The shifting roles of medical stakeholders in opioid substitution treatment: a comparison between Denmark and the UK

Authors: Bjerge, B., Duke, K. & Asmussen Frank, V.

Published in: Drugs and Alcohol Today, 2015