Jan 19, 2020

Smoking interferes with neurocognitive recovery during abstinence from alcohol -- ScienceDaily

Researchers know that alcohol-dependent individuals (ALC) sustain neurocognitive impairment even after detoxification. A new study examines specific domains of cognitive recovery in conjunction with smoking status. Findings show that smoking status influenced the rate and level of neurocognitive recovery during eight months of abstinence in the ALC group.

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