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Caribbean Drug Prevention, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Gang and Youth Violence Focused Institutions
As Demand and Deaths Increase, US and China Cooperate on Opioid Addiction Treatment
World Drug Day and World Drug Report Launch 2018
June Student Membership Update
UPC-ADAPT Conference 2018
Training Organized for Drug Addiction Treatment Professionals
Launch of the UNODC Strategic Response to the Opioids Crisis
CADCA’s 17th Annual Mid-Year Training
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Effects of Repeated Binge Drinking on Blood Pressure Levels and Other Cardiovascular Health Metrics in Young Adults
Family Management Risk and Protective Factors for Adolescent Substance Use in South Africa
Global Statistics on Alcohol, Tobacco and Illicit Drug Use: 2017 Status Report
ISSUP Staff Team MeetingLivia at ISSUP
Website Launched to Teach Youth about Risks of Cannabis
International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
Facebook Will Redirect Searches about Opiates to SAMHSA Support Services
ISSUP at the 3rd ICUDDR ConferenceLivia at ISSUP
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Exploring the Factors Affecting the Implementation of Tobacco and Substance Use Interventions within a Secondary School Setting
Risky Business: A Longitudinal Study Examining Cigarette Smoking Initiation among Susceptible and Non-Susceptible E-Cigarette Users in Canada
Alcohol and Its Effect on Adolescent Brain Development and Executive Functioning: Some Results from Neuroimaging
The Contribution of Health Behaviours to Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health
A study published in the Journal of Preventative Medicine explores the "role of health behaviours in explaining socioeconomic inequalities in health" through a systematic review.
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