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Category Archives: Intervention


Crack and Cocaine Use Tampers Body Movements

Crack Cocaine Detox; Cocaine Abusers Have an Over expression of α-Synuclein in Dopamine Neurons α-Synuclein is a presynaptic protein that has been implicated as a possible causative agent in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease. The native protein is a major component of nigral Lewy bodies in Parkinson’s disease, and full-length α-synuclein accumulates in Lewy neurites. […]

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Science of Addiction

Since the rate of intravenous cocaine administration determines susceptibility to sensitization, the potential for addiction is thought to be greatest when drugs of abuse reach the brain rapidly. This produces intense subjective pleasurable effects, however, the ability of drugs to induce forms of cellular plasticity related to behavioral sensitization may also contribute to addiction. What […]

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Crack Babies, is it Worth It?

Initial reports of permanently damaged “crack babies” may have been greatly exaggerated, according to pediatric researchers. However, they caution that the long-term impact of fetal cocaine exposure upon child development still remains largely unknown. How crack cocaine affects babies. Research involving over 300 newborns led experts at the University of Florida in Gainesville, to conclude […]

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Her Crack Experience

When I had my first experience with crack never knew much about what the drug was and how it affects the user. People that I know tend to use other drugs such as Xanax, Meth, Acid, etc. These drugs, I have a high tolerance for and it takes quite a lot of them to mess […]

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