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The workshop focused on spreading knowledge on effects of drugs and methods to prevent and treat with drug addiction patients and other special care that needed to be taken among drug addiction cases.
Hafidha Okbi, head of the National Office for Drug Control under the Ministry of Health said the meeting aims to strengthen the capacity of the National Coordinators of the Drug Addiction Project and Coordinators of networks of epidemiological surveillance of drug addiction.
The actress had long spoken about her battles with drug addiction and mental illness, becoming a particularly prominent voice for those who have bipolar disorder.
While emphasizing on Anti- drug society in education institution Muddasir Saeed said that Agriculture University has already established Anti-drug society which aims to prevent and aware students of drug addiction, adding that all universities established Anti-drug society and create awareness among youth of drug addiction.
Athuraliye Rathana Thera, a Sri Lankan Buddhist monk and a member of the parliament feels the cases of drug addiction are more common in all-boys schools as compared to all-girls school.
For drug addiction corrodes not only the body but the very soul itself.
Southern Governor highlighted the importance of community partnership in fighting drug-related problems, urging parents to enhance awareness of their children of the risks of drug addiction and different drug dealing methods.
Dysfunction of dopaminergic neurotransmission is a critical biological marker for drug addiction.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Drug Addiction
More treatment and support to battle prescription drug addiction will go to on-reserve members of Manitoba First Nations, reports the Thompson Citizen.
The authors have organized the main body of their text in nine chapters devoted to the neuropsychopharmacology of drug addiction, animal models of addiction, psychostimulants, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Drug addiction is a brain disease because drugs change how the brain works.