Flakka: A Deadly High
The abuse of this dangerous designer drug that can be purchased online is rapidly on the rise in the US.
A Methamphetamine Dictatorship? Hitler, Nazi Germany, and Drug Abuse
What do we know about the health and drug consumption habits of the Nazi leader of the German people from 1933 to 1945?
Emerging Treatments and Pharmacogenetics for Cocaine Use Disorder
There are no FDA-approved pharmacotherapies for cocaine use disorder. Here: a review of the off-label use of promising medications for this addiction.
Cyberbullying and College Students: What Can Be Done?
Clinicians have a powerful voice that can be used to address cyberbullying, improve campus climate, and support a positive undergraduate experience.
Addiction Psychiatry: Laws, Guidelines, and Suggestions
Clinical traditions are important, but they can become ossified as the “right way to treat addiction.” So, we need to turn a sharp, skeptical eye on treatment models.
The Federal Government Ignores the Treatment Needs of Americans With Serious Mental Illness
For too long the treatment needs of the seriously mentally ill have been ignored by SAMSHA, and this needs to change, says this psychiatrist.
Preventing Opioid Overdose Deaths and Misuse: What Can Psychiatrists Do?
The involvement of a psychiatrist early in the care of patients addicted to opioids may prevent further abuse. Here's why.
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