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Synonyms for addiction

love of

Synonyms

  • love of
  • passion for
  • attachment to
  • affection for
  • fondness for
  • zeal for
  • fervour for
  • ardour for

Synonyms for addiction

being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)

an abnormally strong craving

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(Roman law) a formal award by a magistrate of a thing or person to another person (as the award of a debtor to his creditor)

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To our knowledge, our study is the first to bring together social studies of addiction concepts and social studies of Twitter content.
Functional neuroimaging, genetic studies and treatment research have revealed a striking similarity between behavioral addiction and substance addiction (Grant, Brewer,and Potenza, 2006).
This investment will help Pine Lodge reduce wait times, providing people across southern Saskatchewan with better access to inpatient addictions services, Health Minister Jim Reiter said.
The history of addiction therapy is generally explained by the spiritual/religious approach to addictions of Alcoholics Anonymous or the so-called "Twelve Steps." This ideology, while it does work for some people, does not always work for all people and newer evidence-based treatment approaches have emerged over the past couple decades.
The data were collected using interviewer-administered, well-known DASS21 questionnaire and Young's internet addiction questionnaire.
Critique: Expertly written, exceptionally well organized, thoroughly 'user friendly' in content and presentation, "The Essential Addiction Recovery Companion: A Guidebook for the Mind, Body, and Soul" is ideal for use by addiction professionals, recovering individuals, family members and anyone interested in truly living life free from any addiction.
Patients who utilize the facility will have access to a comprehensive range of evidence-based addiction treatment services, wellness programs, and amenities.It will also include dedicated recreational activity areas for patients, including a yoga room, indoor basketball and volleyball courts, and a large workout gym.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181024/NJBIZ01/181029943/cooper-ars-partner-for-addiction-recovery-services.
That person compared addiction to technology with addictions to cocaine and other drugs.
In addition, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) will now offer medical residents accredited, 1-year subspecialty training programs in addiction medicine.
The researchers found that tanning addiction was positively associated with being female, not being in a relationship, extroversion, neuroticism, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsiveness.
We are likely to hear the term "addiction" on a daily basis.
One of the keys to preventing negative consequences of drug and alcohol use is determining what puts people at risk for the disease of addiction. In the article "How Do Genes Affect Addiction?," students will learn about the role of genetics in a person's risk for addiction, as well as learn that genetics isn't the only factor that influences the risk.
LAHORE -- The Center for Emergency and Medical Services of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) City Campus in collaboration with Character Building Society and Foundation for Young Researchers in support of National Accountability Bureau and Anti-Narcotics Force organized a workshop and walk on 'Drug Addiction and Counseling Skills' here on Thursday.
After accused by several women of sexually assaulting them, Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has left Los Angeles on Tuesday night for a sex addiction rehab center in Europe, TMZ reported.
Whether addiction is behavioral or is due to psychoactive substances (e.g., alcohol, illicit drugs), it is a debilitating disorder personified by compulsive drug-seeking and recurring deadly use, despite adverse consequences.
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