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NAAvogadro's Number (chemistry, equal to 6.022e23/Mol; sometimes written as N-Sub-A)
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NANeuróticos Anónimos (Portugese, Guatemala self help group)
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NANeuraminadase (glycoprotein on influenza virus)
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NANarcotiques Anonymes (Québec)
NANorth Allegheny School District (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
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Because narcotic addiction and drug overdoses were running rampant.
Surgical complications of narcotic addiction. Surg Gynecol Obstet1972; 134: 237-40.
BC: The Narcotic Addiction Foundation of British Columbia.
Community Wellness Development Teams provide mental health and addictions expertise and support to First Nations communities seeking help in addressing prescription narcotic addiction by blending tradition and cultural practices.
Kay is the Medical Director of the Narcotic Addiction Treatment Program and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, and Dr.
He sees no place in Egypt for lazy employees and masses of young people doing nothing apart from smoking shisha and cigarettes which constitutes the starting point towards complete narcotic addiction.
The Ukrainian Government attaches great importance to prevention of narcotic addiction, but efforts in this area oftentimes prove to be under-funded.
Linden sees 1-2 patients a day with major addiction problems, and yet despite the prevalence of these problems, for many years, "addiction was the neglected step child of modern medical practice." Until 2000, physicians were not even allowed to treat narcotic addiction; it was considered a matter for the police to handle.
Estimates of the incidence of narcotic addiction in physicians are similar to and possibly higher than the general population.
The Secret Leprosy of Modern Days: Narcotic Addiction and Cultural Crisis in the United States, 1870-1920.
The latter combines bupropion with naltrexone (Viv-itrol), a drug used for narcotic addiction and alcohol dependency.
It is believed that Shipman began killing back in the 1970s, at which time he was himself suffering from a narcotic addiction.