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<strong>Cocaine</strong> <strong>users</strong> more at suicide risk: Research

Cocaine users more at suicide risk: Research

17 Dec 2014

Montreal: People injecting drugs like cocaine are at a double-fold risk of developing suicidal behaviour, say researchers. By studying the substance's use among over 1,200 people who inject drugs, researchers from the University of Montreal, Canada, and its Hospital Research Centre (CHUM) found a definite link between substance abuse and suicide.

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<strong>Cocaine</strong> <strong>users</strong> enjoy social interactions less

Cocaine users enjoy social interactions less

25 Jan 2014

London: Regular cocaine users have difficulties in feeling empathy for others and exhibit less prosocial behaviour, scientists say. Researchers at the Psychiatric Hospital of University of Zurich in Switzerland found that cocaine users have social deficits because social contacts are less rewarding for them.

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 How <strong>cocaine</strong> use gives you burst of energy

How cocaine use gives you burst of energy

30 Nov 2015

London: The burst of energy that comes with a cocaine high is a rather accurate reflection of what is going on in the brain of users, a study has found.

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<strong>Cocaine</strong> use puts young people at sudden death risk

Cocaine use puts young people at sudden death risk

13 Dec 2014

London: Cocaine consumption quadruples the risk of sudden death in people aged between 19 and 49, a study has found.

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<strong>Cocaine</strong> use impairs loss prediction ability

Cocaine use impairs loss prediction ability

04 Feb 2015

New York: Despite unfavourable consequences like imprisonment or loss of relationships, cocaine addicts may continue their habit because their brain circuits responsible for predicting emotional loss are impaired, says a study.

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How <strong>cocaine</strong> hijacks memory

How cocaine hijacks memory

11 Mar 2015

Washington: Memories associated with drug use are a leading suspect in driving the impulses behind drug addiction and researchers have now found the mechanism that helps cocaine influence memory.

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Brain may never fully recover from <strong>cocaine</strong> addiction

Brain may never fully recover from cocaine addiction

24 Sep 2013

Washington: Brain may never fully recover from the effects of cocaine addiction, even after long-term abstinence from the substance.

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New compound that halts <strong>cocaine</strong> addiction, relapse behaviours

New compound that halts cocaine addiction, relapse behaviours

25 Apr 2014

Washington: Researchers have discovered a new compound that can dramatically halt cocaine addiction and prevent relapse behaviour.

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Android Smartphone <strong>Users</strong> Score Heavily On Personality Traits Over iPhone <strong>Users</strong>

Android Smartphone Users Score Heavily On Personality Traits Over iPhone Users

02 Sep 2016

London: Believe it or not, but Android smartphone users have greater levels of honesty and humility, agreeableness and openness personality traits, but are seen as less extroverted than Apple iPhone users, an interesting study has revealed.

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Pill to fight <strong>cocaine</strong> addiction closer to reality

Pill to fight cocaine addiction closer to reality

27 Dec 2013

Washington: A pill that could help kick cocaine addiction may be closer to reality, scientists say. New research from the University of Pittsburgh suggests that a method of biologically manipulating certain neurocircuits could lead to a pharmacological approach that would weaken post-withdrawal cocaine cravings.

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