Marijuana as a Substitute for Prescription Medications: A Qualitative Study.

 25). The interviews followed a semi-structured agenda designed to collect information from participants about their reasons for, and perceptions of, medical marijuana use. All interviews were audio recorded, transcribed verbatim, and de-identified. Qualitative codes were developed from the agenda and emergent topics raised by the participants. Results: Three themes emerged Read more…

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Sudden cardiac death associated to substances of abuse and psychotropic drugs consumed by young people: A population study based on forensic autopsies.

 11) were detected. Positive cases were more frequent in males than in females (54% vs. 19%). They were also more common in subjects who died by acute (86%) and chronic (71%) ischemic heart disease than in myocardial diseases (33%) and sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (36%). All positive cases of illicit Read more…

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The Australian drug harms ranking study.

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Gender differences of patients at-risk for psychosis regarding symptomatology, drug use, comorbidity and functioning – Results from the EU-GEI study.

Institute for Health Care Research, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Parnassia Psychiatric Institute, Department of Psychosis Research, The Hague, the Netherlands.6AMC, Academic Psychiatric Centre, Department Early Psychosis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Arkin, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.7Centre for Youth Mental Health, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.8Departament de Psicologia Clínica I de la Salut (Universitat Autònoma Read more…

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Transcendendo: A Cohort Study of HIV-Infected and Uninfected Transgender Women in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

18 years in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Methods: Study visits occur on an annual basis. Data on sociodemographics, behavioral, gender transition, affirmation procedures, hormone use, discrimination, violence, clinical and mental health, HIV prevention, and care (for those HIV-infected) are collected. Physical examination, anthropometric measurements, and laboratory tests are performed. Results: Read more…

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