Researchers explore whether disrupting memories associated with addiction can curb it, federal cannabis prosecutions decline, “Bandersnatch” star takes social media break for mental health.
Could Altering Memories Help Treat Addiction? [The Daily Beast]
For a recent study, researchers are exploring if disrupting and weakening memories associated with drug use and addiction can curb cravings and relapse.
Parents discuss having to transfer custody of their children in order to get them the mental health treatment that they need. Experts blame this situation on a lack of community-based and in-home services for mental health treatment.
A year-end report by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts notes that federal marijuana prosecutions have begun to decline due to marijuana legalization. The number of defendants accused of marijuana-related crimes was down 19% in 2018.
One of the stars of the Netflix movie has announced his intention to take a break from social media to deal with his mental health.
A gym founded by a man in recovery is dedicated to helping members in the sober community. The gym, which is aptly named The Phoenix, has 20 locations across the country – all free of charge.
Researchers are working with apps that use artificial intelligence to gauge when a person may be about to commit self-harm or have a depressive episodes. One expert says that there may be “as many as 1,000 smartphone biomarkers” for depression.
A man disguised as a pastor was caught trying to smuggle Suboxone strips via a bible into a North Carolina jail. The fake pastor and an inmate have been charged in connection with the smuggling operation.