Recently published reporton success University Of Queensland.

Recently published reporton success – University Of Queensland, AustraliaQueensland drug users experience significant positive outcomes from drug intervention, according to a UQ study in which almost half of the participants reduced drug use after diversion.By School of Population Health Queensland Alcohol and Drug Research and Education Centre conducted in 2009, examines the study and recently published report, the characteristics of those people that drug diversion, their health and drug consumption is entered, and the results of distraction..

A total of 43 % of participants reported together with a reduction in drug use following diversion, with 15 % leaving. Eleven % reported diversion of the reason for the change be, while 15 % said the motivation to change was caught on a fear. – Professor Jake Najman, lead investigator of the project and Director of the Queensland Alcohol and Drug Research and Education Centre, he believed drug diversion was an effective way of addressing and reducing drug-related crime.The authors said that this may be as low-carb diets less flexibility in as the low-fat diets are and can be more difficult to keep up.