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Preventing Smoking Relapse via Web-Based Computer Feedback

A study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research demonstrated that Web-based computer-tailored programs combined with planning strategy assignments and […]

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Surgeon Writes About Video Game Addiction

A new book entitled “Hooked on Games” is a story of a physician with a research background in neuroscience, who […]

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By R Kennedy | Addiction . Games . Internet Addiction . News
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One in Three Women Suffer PTSD Symptoms After Giving Birth

A Tel Aviv University researcher has found that approximately one third of all post-partum women exhibit some symptoms of PTSD, […]

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By R Kennedy | News . Post-partum . PTSD
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JAMA Changes Journal Names

All of the specialty journals in the JAMA network, as of Jan. 1, 2013, will drop the longstanding Archives designation […]

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By R Kennedy | Education . News
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Tween Texting May Lead to Poor Grammar Skills

A study published in New Media and Society Journal, finds that tweens who frequently use language adaptations — techspeak — […]

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By R Kennedy | News . Smartphones . Technology
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AAGP Praises IOM Study Calling for Changes to Meet the Needs of Older Adults with Mental Health and Substance Use Problems

This week, the Institute of Medicine released a report outlining the mental health and substance use workforce needs for the […]

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FDA Approves REMS for Extended-Release, Long-Acting Opioids

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) for extended-release (ER) […]

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By R Kennedy | Chronic Pain . News . Pain
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Gender Differences in Internet Experience

The differences between how men and women use the Internet has become even more significant over the past 10 years. [More…]

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