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Cocaine May Speed Up Aging of Brain

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Post Cocaine May Speed Up Aging of Brain

(Psych Central News) New research shows that age-related loss of grey matter in the brain is greater in people who are chronic users of cocaine. Scientists at the University of Cambridge scanned the brains of 120 people who were about the same age and had similar IQs. Half were dependent on cocaine, while the other 60 had no [...]

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