All Relations between cannabis and Nicotine

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Marc L Steinberg, Rachel L Rosen, Benjamin Billingsley, Drashya Shah, Michele Bender, Kyra Shargo, Affan Aamir, Mary Barna Bridgema. Tobacco/nicotine use among individuals using cannabis for therapeutic purposes. The American journal on addictions. 2022-08-13. PMID:35962766. while the relationship between recreational cannabis and nicotine use is well established, little is known about nicotine use among users of cannabis for therapeutic purposes (ctp). 2022-08-13 2023-08-14 Not clear
Rachel Y Moon, Rebecca F Carlin, Ivan Han. Evidence Base for 2022 Updated Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment to Reduce the Risk of Sleep-Related Infant Deaths. Pediatrics. vol 150. issue 1. 2022-08-03. PMID:35921639. additional recommendations for sids risk reduction include human milk feeding; avoidance of exposure to nicotine, alcohol, marijuana, opioids, and illicit drugs; routine immunization; and use of a pacifier. 2022-08-03 2023-08-14 human
Wura Jacobs, Ashley Merianos, Mahabee-Gittens, Adam Leventha. Vaping motivations: Association of behavioral inhibition and behavioral activation systems with nicotine and cannabis vaping among adolescents. Addictive behaviors. vol 135. 2022-08-02. PMID:35917635. vaping motivations: association of behavioral inhibition and behavioral activation systems with nicotine and cannabis vaping among adolescents. 2022-08-02 2023-08-14 Not clear
Wura Jacobs, Ashley Merianos, Mahabee-Gittens, Adam Leventha. Vaping motivations: Association of behavioral inhibition and behavioral activation systems with nicotine and cannabis vaping among adolescents. Addictive behaviors. vol 135. 2022-08-02. PMID:35917635. to advance knowledge on the precursors of vaping behaviors, this study examined the association of behavioral inhibition system (bis) and behavioral activation system (bas) sensitivities with nicotine and cannabis vaping among adolescents. 2022-08-02 2023-08-14 Not clear
Lindzey V Hoover, Hayley P Yu, Jenna R Cummings, Stuart G Ferguson, Ashley N Gearhard. Co-occurrence of food addiction, obesity, problematic substance use, and parental history of problematic alcohol use. Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors. 2022-07-25. PMID:35878078. the present study investigates the rates of co-occurrence among food addiction (fa), problematic substance use (alcohol, cannabis, cigarettes, nicotine vaping), parental history of problematic alcohol use, and obesity as an important step to understanding whether an addictive-like eating phenotype exists. 2022-07-25 2023-08-14 Not clear
Victor M Vergara, Flor A Espinoza, Vince D Calhou. Identifying Alcohol Use Disorder With Resting State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data: A Comparison Among Machine Learning Classifiers. Frontiers in psychology. vol 13. 2022-06-27. PMID:35756267. despite alcohol, none of the 102 subjects reported use of nicotine, cannabis or any other dependence or habit formation substance. 2022-06-27 2023-08-14 human
Rachel Y Moon, Rebecca F Carlin, Ivan Hand, Elie G Abu Jawdeh, Jeffrey Colvin, Michael H Goodstein, Fern R Hauck, Sunah S Hwang, James Cummings, Susan Aucott, Charleta Guillory, Mark Hudak, David Kaufman, Camilia Martin, Arun Pramanik, Karen Puopolo, Elizabeth Bundock, Lorena Kaplan, Sharyn Parks Brown, Marion Koso-Thomas, Carrie K Shapiro-Mendoza, Wanda Barfield, Russell Miller, Michael Narvey, Tim Jancelewicz, Ashley Lucke, Lisa Grisham, James Cout. Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Updated 2022 Recommendations for Reducing Infant Deaths in the Sleep Environment. Pediatrics. 2022-06-21. PMID:35726558. additional recommendations for sids risk reduction include human milk feeding; avoidance of exposure to nicotine, alcohol, marijuana, opioids, and illicit drugs; routine immunization; and use of a pacifier. 2022-06-21 2023-08-14 human
Domonkos File, Beáta Bőthe, Bálint File, Zsolt Demetrovic. The Role of Impulsivity and Reward Deficiency in "Liking" and "Wanting" of Potentially Problematic Behaviors and Substance Uses. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-05-13. PMID:35546934. the aim of this study was to examine the dissociation between "wanting" and "liking" as a function of usage frequency, intensity, and subjective severity in individuals across four substances (alcohol, nicotine, cannabis, and other drugs) and ten behaviors (gambling, overeating, gaming, pornography use, sex, social media use, internet use, tv-series watching, shopping, and work). 2022-05-13 2023-08-13 human
Eleftherios Mellos, Thomas Paparrigopoulo. Substance use during the COVID-19 pandemic: What is really happening? Psychiatrike = Psychiatriki. 2022-03-07. PMID:35255473. Τhe use of cannabis and nicotine showed increasing trends, as well as the use of cocaine, but to a lesser extent, while the use of mdma (ecstasy) showed a decrease.4 in a review of 45 cross-sectional studies conducted between december 2019 and november 2020, alcohol use was on the rise overall, despite geographical variations, as was the use of other addictive substances, cannabis in particular.5 it should be noted that those who increased alcohol use during quarantine were those exhibiting higher levels of negative emotionality mechanisms.6 in greece, an online cross-sectional survey in april 2020 in the general population during the first lockdown showed a reduction in alcohol use (43.7% of alcohol users reduced or quit), a reduction in cannabis (67.3% quit), while 33.3% increased nicotine use. 2022-03-07 2023-08-13 Not clear
Aurélia Gay, Julien Cabe, Ingrid De Chazeron, Céline Lambert, Maxime Defour, Vikesh Bhoowabul, Thomas Charpeaud, Aurore Tremey, Pierre-Michel Llorca, Bruno Pereira, Georges Brouss. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) as a Promising Treatment for Craving in Stimulant Drugs and Behavioral Addiction: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 11. issue 3. 2022-02-15. PMID:35160085. this meta-analysis uses updated evidence to assess overall rtms efficacy on craving, differential effects between addiction types clustered into three groups (depressant (alcohol, cannabis, opiate), stimulant (nicotine, cocaine, methamphetamine), and behavioral addiction (gambling, eating disorder)), and stimulation settings. 2022-02-15 2023-08-13 Not clear
Anne Rivelli, Veronica Fitzpatrick, Sagar Chaudhari, Laura Chicoine, Gengjie Jia, Andrey Rzhetsky, Brian Chicoin. Prevalence of Mental Health Conditions Among 6078 Individuals With Down Syndrome in the United States. Journal of patient-centered research and reviews. vol 9. issue 1. 2022-02-03. PMID:35111883. conversely, the ds cohort experienced lower prevalence of bipolar i disorder; generalized anxiety, panic, phobic, and posttraumatic stress disorders; substance use disorders (including alcohol, opioid, cannabis, cocaine, and nicotine disorders); and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. 2022-02-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Valeria Lallai, Letizia Manca, Yasmine Sherafat, Christie D Fowle. Effects of Prenatal Nicotine, THC or Co-Exposure on Cognitive Behaviors in Adolescent Male and Female Rats. Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco. 2022-01-28. PMID:35090174. further, given the recent escalation in e-cigarette use and legalization of cannabis, it has become essential to understand the effects of nicotine and cannabinoid co-exposure during early developmental stages. 2022-01-28 2023-08-13 rat
Ben Houghton, Christos Kouimtsidis, Theodora Duka, Yannis Paloyelis, Alexis Baile. Can intranasal oxytocin reduce craving in automated addictive behaviours? A systematic review. British journal of pharmacology. vol 178. issue 21. 2021-12-08. PMID:34235724. we identify intranasal oxytocin as a method that warrants further investigation regarding its capacity to decrease cue-induced, acute stress-induced or withdrawal-related craving and relapse related to alcohol, cannabis, opioids, cocaine or nicotine, including a potential role as ad hoc medication following exposure to drug-related cues. 2021-12-08 2023-08-13 human
Haitao Zhang, Bridget F Grant, Colin A Hodgkinson, W June Ruan, Bradley T Kerridge, Boji Huang, Tulshi D Saha, Amy Z Fan, Veronica Wilson, Jeesun Jung, Abbas Parsian, David Goldman, S Patricia Cho. Strong and weak cross-inheritance of substance use disorders in a nationally representative sample. Molecular psychiatry. 2021-11-11. PMID:34759357. we performed exome-focused genotyping to examine the cross-transmission of four suds: alcohol use disorder (aud, n = 4487); nicotine use disorder (nud, n = 4394); cannabis use disorder (cud, n = 954); and nonmedical prescription opioid use disorder (nmpoud, n = 346) within a large nationally representative sample (n = 36,309), the national epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions-iii (nesarc-iii). 2021-11-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Hyoun S Kim, David C Hodgins, Ximena Garcia, Emma V Ritchie, Iman Musani, Daniel S McGrath, Kristin M von Ranso. A systematic review of addiction substitution in recovery: Clinical lore or empirically-based? Clinical psychology review. vol 89. 2021-11-03. PMID:34536796. the most common recovery addictions were opioids (30.21%), followed by cannabis (20.83%), unspecified use (17.71%), nicotine (12.50%), alcohol (12.50%), cocaine (4.17%), and gambling (2.08%). 2021-11-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Natasha E Wade, Rachel Baca, Kelly E Courtney, Connor J McCabe, M Alejandra Infante, Marilyn A Huestis, Joanna Jacobu. Preliminary Evidence for Cannabis and Nicotine Urinary Metabolites as Predictors of Verbal Memory Performance and Learning Among Young Adults. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS. vol 27. issue 6. 2021-10-28. PMID:34261558. preliminary evidence for cannabis and nicotine urinary metabolites as predictors of verbal memory performance and learning among young adults. 2021-10-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
Natasha E Wade, Rachel Baca, Kelly E Courtney, Connor J McCabe, M Alejandra Infante, Marilyn A Huestis, Joanna Jacobu. Preliminary Evidence for Cannabis and Nicotine Urinary Metabolites as Predictors of Verbal Memory Performance and Learning Among Young Adults. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS. vol 27. issue 6. 2021-10-28. PMID:34261558. here we utilized objective urinary measurements to assess the relationship between metabolites of cannabis, 11-nor-9-carboxy-∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol (thccooh), and nicotine (cotinine) on verbal memory in young adults. 2021-10-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
Xiaohang Che, Jialing Cai, Yueyang Liu, Tianyu Xu, Jingyu Yang, Chunfu W. Oxytocin signaling in the treatment of drug addiction: Therapeutic opportunities and challenges. Pharmacology & therapeutics. vol 223. 2021-10-04. PMID:33600854. more importantly, clinical studies have also shown that oxt can exert beneficial effects on reducing substance use disorders of a series of drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, alcohol, cannabis and nicotine. 2021-10-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Xingguang Luo, Xiaoyun Guo, Xingqun Luo, Yunlong Tan, Ping Zhang, Kebing Yang, Ting Xie, Jing Shi, Yong Zhang, Jianying Xu, Lingjun Zuo, Chiang-Shan R L. Significant, replicable, and functional associations between KTN1 variants and alcohol and drug codependence. Addiction biology. vol 26. issue 2. 2021-09-20. PMID:32115811. the potential regulatory effects of the risk alleles on the putamen gmvs, the effects of alcohol, nicotine, marijuana and cocaine on ktn1 mrna expression, and the relationship between ktn1 mrna expression and sud were explored. 2021-09-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Elise E DeVito, Andrea H Weinberger, Raina D Pang, Nicole Petersen, Tessa Fagle, Alicia M Alle. Impulsivity across substance use categories: Consideration of sex/gender. Current behavioral neuroscience reports. vol 7. issue 3. 2021-09-20. PMID:33614396. the goal was to review recent (1/2015-2/2020) evidence of impulsivity as a feature of substance use disorders or use of substances (alcohol, cannabis, nicotine, opioids, stimulants) in males compared to females in terms of: a) impulsivity in substance-using groups (or substance-using compared to control groups), and b) relationship between impulsivity and substance use behavior, clinical severity, or treatment outcomes. 2021-09-20 2023-08-13 Not clear