Previous studies have determined that estradiol is a contributing reason to why female cocaine users report stronger highs and faster addiction in comparison to male users. Drs. Mermelstein and Meisel from the University of Minnesota conducted experiments to determine how.
In a recent study, one out of every eight Americans struggles with an alcohol disorder. This study tracked the drinking patterns of 40,000 people from 2002 to 2003 and from 2012 to 2013.
In the past five years, North Carolina jails have had 151 prisoner deaths. Nearly half of these inmates were dealing with mental health issues, substance abuse, or both.
EMBOpress: Formin 2 Links Neuropsychiatric Phenotypes at Young Age to an Increased Risk for Dementia
A group of researchers explored the possible link between PTSD in young individuals and their risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. Through screening of animal models, these researchers identified the Formin 2 (Fmn2) gene as the link.
According to new research, spanking your children can lead to severe behavioral health issues in their future.
A newly concluded policy initiative recommends a state of emergency to address the opioid crisis by reforming treatment options and overdose prevention.
A wide reaching initiative is taking place in England in order to combat issues like depression, anxiety and other behavioral healthcare needs.
According to newly developed research, men and women diagnosed with bipolar disorder display different chemical changes associated with the condition.
A new study has found that participating in arts-based groups has significantly increased positive emotions and decreased negative emotions in both healthy adults and those with mental health illnesses.
The National Register is happy to announce that the Vermont Board of Psychological Examiners just approved the National Register’s mobility program. For more information on applying under the endorsement provision, contact the Board office. Visit our licensure mobility page to learn more and request a verification letter.
Researchers have found that people’s willpower and impulsive motivations are simultaneously activated when making health-related choices. The balance between the two is different within each individual.