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The Behavioral and Molecular Consequences of Concurrent Cocaine and Ethanol Use
Concurrent cocaine and ethanol use is more common than any other drug combination, and such polydrug use often results in increased consumption of both substances. We developed an animal model of cocaine and alcohol ...
The Dangers of Drug Interactions with Stimulant Medication, Common Medication, and Alcohol Use among College Students
The purpose of this research project was to identify the potential for dangerous drug interactions that could occur when non-prescribed stimulant medications are taken in combination with common prescription medications ...
The effect of topiramate on drinking behavior and brain ethanol concentrations in a binge-like model of alcohol consumption
As a chronic relapsing disorder, alcoholism presents not only serious health concerns to abusers, but also national economic costs that arise from health care expenses, crime, and loss of productivity. Because of the ...