Study concludes the most intense periods for cocaine cravings often coincides with a patient's release from addiction treatment programs.
A new study suggests sheds light on how cocaine rewires the brain, even after withdrawal.
A new study might help to explain why people continue to take drug, even though they are aware of the negative consequences and why they find their behavior so hard to change.
A newly created protein can modify brain activity and memory in targeted ways without the use of chemicals or drugs, a new study reports.
A new study reports microglia can diminish the adverse changes to neural circuitry bought on by chronic cocaine use.
A new study reports cocaine increases dopamine levels in the striatum, activating a previously unknown pathway.
According to a new study, those addicted to cocaine have strong motivation to seek out rewards, but exhibit an impaired ability to adjust their behavior and are less fulfilled when they achieve their desired goal.
A new study reports repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation appears to reduce cocaine use and cravings in those addicted to the drug.
Researchers report time spent in a stimulating learning environment can help buffer the brain against the effects of drug dependence.