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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      01-11-23 | By

      How to Quit Cocaine

        As with any substance use disorder it is important to realize that change doesn’t happen until one reaches the realization (often through the consequences of multiple unwanted outcomes) that he or she is physically and psychologically dependent on something that is rendering them virtually powerless. The ability to choose whether to continue to use … Continued

      09-27-13 | By

      Prenatal Cocaine Exposure

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      Prenatal Cocaine Exposure: The Effects Prenatal cocaine exposure has significant effects on both behavior and brain functioning.  In animal studies, prenatal cocaine exposure during development in the womb causes disruptions in brain development and causes adverse effects on behavior in childhood that lasts through adulthood.  Similar studies in human populations have been limited due to … Continued

      08-27-13 | By

      Cocaine Use and Brain Structures


      In a study conducted by the University of California at San Francisco and the Ernest Gallo Clinic, laboratory mice that were given cocaine showed the formation of brain structures associated with learning and memory.  This finding, which was noted in the August 25th edition of Science Daily, may suggest how drug use could lead to drug-seeking … Continued

      07-09-13 | By

      Long Term Effects of Cocaine

      The high from cocaine doesn’t last very long compared to other drugs, but it can still wreak havoc on a person mentally and physically. Here are some of the long term risks of cocaine use. Long Term Effects of Cocaine on the Body Long term cocaine use can result in a number of different effects … Continued