Friday, May 15, 2020

In the News: Pandemic Increases Hurdles for People Seeking Addiction Treatment

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Pandemic Increases Hurdles for People Seeking Addiction Treatment
The COVID-19 pandemic is making it more difficult for some people seeking treatment for addiction to find help, experts tell the Cincinnati Enquirer. Read More
study: covid-19 could greatly increase deaths from alcohol and drug misuse and suicide
Study: COVID-19 Could Greatly Increase Deaths From Alcohol and Drug Misuse and Suicide
A new study estimates that as many as 75,000 additional people in the United States could die from drug or alcohol misuse and suicide as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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app that tracks blood-alcohol content finds spike in drinking during pandemic
App That Tracks Blood-Alcohol Content Finds Spike in Drinking During Pandemic
An app designed to measure blood-alcohol content found a spike in drinking right after people started staying home due to the pandemic, USA Today reports. Read More
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Some Smokers Motivated to Quit to Protect Themselves Against Coronavirus
Some people calling California’s Smokers’ Helpline say they are motivated to quit because of the coronavirus, according to NPR. Read More
Rate of Youth ER Visits for Mental Health Disorders Jumped 60% in a Decade
The rate of emergency room visits by children and teens for mental health disorders rose 60% over a decade, according to a new study. Read More
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