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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Cannabis used in US research differs genetically to the varieties people smoke.

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The rates and determinants of disengagement and subsequent re-engagement in young people with first-episode psychosis.

orygen.org.au.AbstractBACKGROUND: A core component of treatment provided by early intervention for psychosis (EI) services is ensuring individuals remain successfully engaged with the service. This ensures they can receive the care they may need at this critical early stage of illness. Unfortunately, rates of disengagement are high in individuals with a Read more…

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Risks Associated with Mid level Cannabis Use Among People Treated for Alcohol Use Disorder.

lifetime DSM-IV alcohol dependence criteria and prior AUD treatment. Primary exposure was past 12-month frequency of cannabis use (weekly or more, or « heavy; » more than monthly/less than weekly or « midlevel; » less than monthly or « light; » none). Primary outcomes were past 12-month total volume, average frequency of 5 View the Original Read more…

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Exploring associations between early substance use and longitudinal socio-occupational functioning in young people engaged in a mental health service.

Crouse JJ1, Chitty KM2, Iorfino F1, White D1, Nichles A1, Zmicerevska N1, Guastella AJ1, Moustafa AA3,4,5, Hermens DF1,6, Scott EM1,7, Hickie IB1.Author information1Youth Mental Health Team, Brain and Mind Centre, The University of Sydney, Camperdown, NSW, Australia.2Translational Australian Clinical Toxicology (TACT) Research Group, Discipline of Pharmacology, The University of Sydney, Read more…

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