Cocaine addicts can’t kick other habits either

Hard for users to adjust behavior despite negative consequences, study finds


HOOKED ON HABITS  Cocaine addicts aren’t just hooked on the drug; they’re also more likely to hang on to other unrelated habits, a new study suggests.

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