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A General in the Drug War

From heroin and cocaine to sex and lies, Tetris and the ponies, the spectrum of human addictions is vast. But for Dr. Nora D. Volkow, the neuroscientist in charge of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, they all boil down to pretty much the same thing.

She must say it a dozen times a day: Addiction is all about the dopamine. The pleasure, pain and devilish problem of control are simply the detritus left by waves of this little molecule surging and retreating deep in the brain.

A Key to Methamphetamine-Related Literature

A comprehensive index of research articles pertaining to methamphetamine drawn principally from peer-reviewed journals, most of which are hyperlinked to the corresponding PubMed web page on which the abstract appears. (SLOW to download: 450 pages.)

A Plan for the Deployment of Four Outreach Workers To Provide Prevention, Education And Support Services to the IDU Community in the City of Toronto

Proposal to the AIDS Bureau, Ministry of Health, Province of Ontario, for the Deployment of Four Outreach Workers To Provide Prevention, Education and Support Services to the IDU Community in the City of Toronto (Excluding Scarborough and North York)
 

SUBMITTED TO THE AIDS BUREAU, ONTARIO MINISTRY OF HEALTH

by the MEMBERS OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE:

A Positive Message Is That Addiction Is Changeable: A Review of Stanton Peele's "7 Tools to Beat Addiction"

Author(s): 
Stanton Peele
Reviewer: 
Andrew Tatarsky

Once again, Dr. Stanton Peele confronts the sacred cows of the addiction recovery industry with a new book that shows how to overcome addiction with or without treatment. In ‘7 Tools to Beat Addiction’, Peele liberates readers from the disease model of addiction and presents a program for recovery based on his thoroughly grounded and sane perspective on the nature of addictions of all kinds.

Peele tells us in this surprising and practical book:

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