cocaine addiction


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Noun1.cocaine addiction - an addiction to cocainecocaine addiction - an addiction to cocaine    
drug addiction, white plague - an addiction to a drug (especially a narcotic drug)
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cocaïnomanie
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Summary: Washington D.C [USA], Sept 2 (ANI): Exercise can help prevent relapses into cocaine addiction, claims a study.
His defence agent told the court that Jamieson had struggled with crack cocaine addiction in the past, and that family traumas caused him to relapse.
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BY JESSICA BOULTON KIRSTIE Alley has revealed she knew she had to beat her cocaine addiction after snorting while babysitting.
Despite the similarities, researchers weren't able to determine if cocaine addiction could actually lead to an increased risk of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's because they said the increased iron in a cocaine user's brain was a result of reduced absorption of iron from food stimulated by cocaine's effect on metabolism, whereas increased iron in instances of Alzheimer's has been (http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/ucla-study-suggests-that-iron-247864) linked to changing environmental factors and consumption of foods heavy in iron.
"With this drug being used in cancer trials, it could be easily repositioned for treatment of cocaine addiction."
In an ironic twist, Wilson II is the son of former Cincinnati Bengals running back Stanley Wilson, Sr., whose own problems with cocaine addiction led to him eventually being banned from the NFL.
Researchers may have found the first effective treatment for the estimated 1.4 million Americans who struggle with cocaine addiction, according to a preliminary study published Dec.