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Abuso di sostanze psicostimolanti e interventi psicosociali

Pubblicato il 23 Novembre 2016

L’abuso di sostanze psicostimolanti è un problema in crescita, sia di tipo medico che sociale. Un gruppo italiano di ricercatori ha analizzato le evidenze disponibili sugli interventi di carattere psicologico e sociale in una nuova revisione Cochrane. “A oggi non c’è nessun tipo di intervento riconosciuto come certamente efficace dalla comunità scientifica per prevenire o […]

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