Methamphetamine
Effects of concurrent use of alcohol and cocaine
Would smokers with schizophrenia benefit from a more flexible approach to smoking treatment?
TREATING TOBACCO ADDICTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
YES! SMOKERS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA WILL BENEFIT FROM MORE FLEXIBLE TREATMENT APPROACHES
RIGIDITY IN MEASURES OF SMOKING CESSATION
A REPLY TO THE COMMENTARIES ON SCHIZOPHRENIA AND SMOKING TREATMENT
Prevalence of and risk factors for methamphetamine use in northern Thai youth
Methamphetamine in Japan
Nimodipine in opiate detoxification
Differences in factors associated with first treatment entry and treatment re-entry among cocaine users
Childhood and adolescent antecedents of substance use in adulthood
Over a decade of syringe exchange
Treatment of out-patients with complicated benzodiazepine dependence
A population-based study of cigarette smoking among illicit drug users in the United States
Patterns of smoking in Estonia
Gender differences in help-utilization and the 8-year course of alcohol abuse
Social networks as mediators of the effect of Alcoholics Anonymous
Too drunk for a beer? A study of overserving in Stockholm
Blood alcohol content (BAC)-negative victims in alcohol-involved injury incidents
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NOTION THAT MODERATE ALCOHOL USE PROTECTS FROM ISCHAEMIC HEART DISEASE
CANNABIS, CARROTS AND COMMON EXPERIENCES
Regulating Tobacco
Beating the Dragon
Innovations in Adolescent Substance Abuse Interventions
Ecstasy
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