According to a new report, the rate of drug-addicted infants born in MA is alarmingly high.
A new animal study found that the body can become addicted to sunlight.
Electronic cigarettes are taking over the smoking cessation market because they're cooler than other options, a new study suggests.
A new study found that 77 percent of super-frequent users of the emergency department have a substance addition problem.
Every time a child is exposed to a parent addicted to smoking, chances of him turning into a heavy smoker in adulthood increases, according to a new study.
A gene related to autism and healthy brain development may also play an essential role in addiction-related behaviors, according to a new study.
Autism can increase a person's risk of alcoholism. New research reveals that young adults with autistic tendencies are more likely than their peers to develop alcohol problems.
Many smokers refuse to kick their habit because they're scared of gaining weight. New research from Penn State College of Medicine reveals that some smokers may avoid addiction treatment if they've previously gained weight while trying to quit.
Anti-seizure medication may cure alcoholism, according to researchers.
Alcohol affects men and women differently. New research reveals that the increased risk of death associated with alcohol consumption is not the same for both sexes.
Researchers found that the part of the brain known as the insula could be tied to gambling addiction.
Researchers have linked the decline in smoking rates to the dwindling visibility of tobacco in prime time American television drama programs.
Using stimulant drugs like cocaine, amphetamines and ADD/ADHD drugs even occasionally can cause permanent brain damage, according to a new study.
According to a new study, a smartphone app was successful in helping alcoholics abstain from drinking.
Smokers who want to kick their habit with E-cigarettes should know that the "smoking cessation" devices might not help them quit for good.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.