Data from neurobehavioral studies, brain imaging studies, epidemiological surveys, and clinical trials show that pathological gambling shares aspects... More »
Surveys show that approximately 60% of the general population has gambled within the past 12 months.1 The majority of people who gamble do so socially... More »
Gambling has become a major recreational activity in the United States. Formerly confined to a few states such as Nevada and New Jersey, legal... More »
Pathological gambling (PG) is characterized by persistent and recurrent maladaptive patterns of gambling behavior (eg, a preoccupation with gambling,... More »
BETHESDA, Md. -- When out-of-control gambling marks Parkinson's disease patients who are started on dopamine agonists, they may have a younger disease... More »
Treating Parkinson disease (PD) with dopamine receptor agonists puts patients at risk for a number of symptoms over and above classic motor... More »
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