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Substance Abuse: Methamphetamines


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All graph data taken from the 2006 Monitoring the Future Survey, The National Institute on Drug Abuse.

General Methamphetamine Information

general methamphetamine information

Brain Activity Patterns Signal Risk of Relapse to Methamphetamine

Brain Imaging Studies Show Long-Term Damage From Methamphetamine Abuse

Long-Term Abstinence Brings Partial Recovery From Methamphetamine Damage

Mood Disorders in Methamphetamine Abusers Linked to Changes in Brain Metabolism

Facts About Methamphetamine

Prenatal Exposure to Methamphetamine Increases Vulnerability to the Drug’s Neurotoxic Effects in Adult Male Mice

Methamphetamine Abuse Linked to Impaired Cognitive and Motor Skills Despite Recovery of Dopamine Transporters

Targeting Methamphetamine Abuse

Methamphetamine Brain Damage in Mice More Extensive Than Previously Thought

Des Moines Town Meeting Addresses Methamphetamine Abuse Epidemic in Iowa

Comparing Methamphetamine and Cocaine

NIDA Pursues Many Approaches to Reversing Methamphetamine’s Neurotoxic Effects

NIDA Initiative Tackles Methamphetamine Use

Methamphetamine, Cocaine Abusers Have Different Patterns of Drug Use, Suffer Different Cognitive Impairments

Methamphetamine Abuse Alert

Response to Escalating Methamphetamine Abuse Builds on NIDA-Funded Research

Recommendations to Advance Understanding of Methamphetamine

Research Report Series: Methamphetamine Abuse and Addiction

Methamphetamine Evokes and Subverts Brain Protective Responses