Researchers study addiction with GPS technology

11/30/2011 | National Public Radio

Researchers in Baltimore are using GPS technology to track the connection between location and drug use. That data, in conjunction with maps created by Johns Hopkins University's Debra Furr-Holden and her team, could help to explain how areas within the city affect addicts' behavior.

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