Adolf Hitler was reportedly high on opioid and cocaine during the war. Hitler was reportedly given the drugs, which gave him strength when he lost his charisma while in distress bought by WWII. Opioids and cocaine are still two of the most abused drugs up to this date, which caused thousands of deaths due to overdose.
Women experience greater effects of cocain when they're on their period, according to a study.
Researchers examine the ability of high doses of cocaine to stimulate autophagy, or a process in which cells eat themselves from 'inside out'.
Teenagers who have reported a history with traumatic brain injury are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, a new study reported.
Coffee could help prevent some side effects of using cocaine, according to a new study.
According to a study, problem drug abusers who failed school and their jobs were more likely to die from a fatal overdose.
Marijuana is the most widely used drug within the United States, a new report conducted by U.S. health officials found.
A new study found that short interventions did not help dissuade people from abusing drugs.
It is important to better understand the trafficking patterns of drugs before addressing and enforcing laws. In the related context researchers are devising a new methodology that could be of some help.
A new study found that 77 percent of super-frequent users of the emergency department have a substance addition problem.
A gene related to autism and healthy brain development may also play an essential role in addiction-related behaviors, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that medical residents training to become anesthesiologists can be vulnerable to substance use disorder.
Researchers found that the offspring of cocaine-addicted male rats were more resistant to the drug than offspring of rats that did not have a cocaine addiction.
Researchers reported that a drug approved for epilepsy and migraines could potentially treat people's cocaine addictions.
Researchers conducted a comprehensive review of 36 studies and found that truck drivers take substances and drink alcohol while on the job.
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.