The smell of newborn babies may be as addictive as the smell of food or drugs for moms, a new study reveals.
Underage students who smoke or drink may be getting their cigarettes and alcohol from friends or family members, a new survey suggests.
Quitting tobacco helps improve sleep, a new study suggests.
Just one glass of wine may be enough to impair your ability to read other people's emotions and body language, according to a new study.
Genes involved in alcohol addiction might also be responsible for eating disorders, a new study suggests.
Using LSD and other psychedelics may actually lower a person's risk of developing mental health problems, a new study suggests.
Cocaine doesn't just suppress appetites. It can also prevent the body from storing fat, according to new research.
A night out on the town can dumb you down, according to new research.
Teens who regularly use marijuana may be at risk for developing serious psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, a new study suggests.
The FDA announced that menthol cigarettes might pose a greater risk to the smoker than regular cigarettes.
Plain packaging really does make smoking less sexy, a new study suggests.
The American Association for Family and Marriage Therapy estimates that as many as 12 million Americans are addicted to sex. However, new research suggests that sex addiction is not a real neurological or physiological disorder, but instead just a case of heightened libido.
Drug users who suffered childhood abuse are more likely to commit suicide, a new study suggests.
Cell phone addiction is a real problem, according to a new survey.
Street children show high levels of drugs use, according to a new study.
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.