Smoking and Drinking
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title Neurobiological Changes as a Result of Chronic Alcohol Consumption and Chronic Smoking
description Self-explanatory title. Cognitive deficits resulting from tobacco smoking, and smoking and drinking together. The combination is correlated with more cortical damage and diminished executive function than drinking alone, and smoking prevents metabolic recovery after quitting alcohol. From the 2007 research colloquium Changing Behaviour, Changing Lives: Alcohol and Co-Occurring Conditions.
producer BC Mental Health and Addictions Research Network
featuring Dieter J. Meyerhoff, Ph.D.
length approx. 00:24:00
link [BEWARE THE AUTOPLAY] http://mhanet.ca/media/2007-colloquium/2007colloquium-04.html
Tags: brain video lecture addiction alcoholism smoking neurobiology cognitive