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1975 13
1976 31
1977 38
1978 45
1979 65
1980 78
1981 75
1982 72
1983 97
1984 65
1985 82
1986 85
1987 76
1988 72
1989 72
1990 87
1991 80
1992 58
1993 92
1994 83
1995 107
1996 82
1997 126
1998 109
1999 110
2000 127
2001 135
2002 130
2003 155
2004 168
2005 259
2006 341
2007 359
2008 352
2009 333
2010 360
2011 457
2012 463
2013 504
2014 471
2015 518
2016 477
2017 519
2018 561
2019 622
2020 173
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Prenatal alcohol exposure and offspring mental health: A systematic review.
Easey KE, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019. PMID 30827758 Free PMC article.
However, the literature is less clear on the association of alcohol use in pregnancy and offspring mental health, specifically for low levels of prenatal alcohol exposure. ...CONCLUSIONS: Our review suggests that maternal alcohol use during pregnancy is associated with offspring mental health problems, even at low to moderate levels of alcohol use. ...
However, the literature is less clear on the association of alcohol use in pregnancy and offspring mental health, specifically for lo …
Prenatal drug exposure from infancy through emerging adulthood: Results from neuroimaging.
Morie KP, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019 - Review. PMID 30878766 Free PMC article.
Prenatal drug exposure may have important repercussions across the lifespan for cognition and behavior. While alcohol is a recognized teratogen, the influences of other substances may also be substantial. ...Here we review the existing literature on the neural correlates of prenatal drug exposure. We focused the review on studies that have employed functional neuroimaging and electroencephalography and on substances other than alcohol. ...
Prenatal drug exposure may have important repercussions across the lifespan for cognition and behavior. While alcohol is a rec …
Exposure to alcohol outlets, alcohol access, and alcohol consumption among adolescents.
Morrison CN, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019. PMID 31760294 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Adolescents who live near more alcohol outlets tend to consume more alcohol, despite laws prohibiting alcohol purchases for people aged <21 years. We examined relationships between adolescents' exposure to alcohol outlets, the sources through which they access alcohol, and their alcohol consumption. ...
BACKGROUND: Adolescents who live near more alcohol outlets tend to consume more alcohol, despite laws prohibiting alcohol
The effect of alcohol on osteoporosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Cheraghi Z, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019. PMID 30844616
We aimed to assess the effect of alcohol consumption on the osteoporosis by undertaking a systematic review and meta-analysis. ...CONCLUSION: Our study demonstrates a positive relationship between alcohol consumption and osteoporosis....
We aimed to assess the effect of alcohol consumption on the osteoporosis by undertaking a systematic review and meta-analysis. ...CON …
Trusting the source: The potential role of drug dealers in reducing drug-related harms via drug checking.
Bardwell G, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019. PMID 30856370 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVES: Drug checking technologies (DCTs) have been implemented as a response to the ongoing opioid overdose epidemic. We examined the level of trust people who use drugs (PWUD) have in their drug dealers as well as their perspectives on the potential for drug dealers to use DCTs to provide knowledge of drug contents to their customers. ...Participants described privacy concerns that drug dealers might experience as well as the lack of concern that some drug dealers have about their drug supply. ...
OBJECTIVES: Drug checking technologies (DCTs) have been implemented as a response to the ongoing opioid overdose epidemic. We examine …
Alcohol impairs hippocampal function: From NMDA receptor synaptic transmission to mitochondrial function.
Mira RG, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2019 - Review. PMID 31683244
Many studies have reported that alcohol produces harmful effects on several brain structures, including the hippocampus, in both rodents and humans. ...In this review, we discuss the mechanisms of how alcohol exposure affects neuronal communication through the impairment of glutamate receptor (NMDAR) activity, neuroinflammatory events and oxidative damage observed after alcohol exposure, all processes under the umbrella of mitochondrial function. ...
Many studies have reported that alcohol produces harmful effects on several brain structures, including the hippocampus, in both rode …
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