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Evidence grows that heavy marijuana use may harm the brain

New NIDA-funded research shows that heavy marijuana use (at least four times per week over the past six months) is linked to adverse changes in the function and structure of brain areas associated with reward, decision making, and motivation.  Heavy marijuana use can also enhance some brain circu

NIDA researchers confirm important brain reward pathway

Details of the role of glutamate, the brain’s excitatory chemical, in a drug reward pathway have been identified for the first time.

NIDA Mini-Convention: Frontiers in Addiction Research

Society for Neuroscience satellite meeting explores innovative brain science, including dynamic chemical communications; stunning imaging technologies; drug use and brain toxicity and the therapeutic potential of RNA


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