In a college study, researchers found that Oreos were as addictive as drugs for rats.
Researchers found that religious men were less likely to use drugs, such as cigarettes, pot and cocaine than men who were atheists.
According to a new report, the war on illegal drugs is failing.
Cocaine may increase a person's vulnerability to HIV infection by altering the body's immune cells.
In the first global survey of its kind, researchers found that marijuana is the most popular illegal drug of choice.
Cocaine doesn't just suppress appetites. It can also prevent the body from storing fat, according to new research.
Besides helping people with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder concentrate, new research reveals that Ritalin may also help treat addiction in people who use cocaine.
Drug addiction is a notoriously difficult problem to fix.
For the millions of people in the world suffering from substance abuse, there is little help for those who want to quit.
A prestigious university in London has offered students to chance to take part in a clinical trial by snorting cocaine.
According to a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal CANCER, researchers have discovered a link between marijuana use and an increased risk of "developing subtypes of testicular cancer that tend to carry a somewhat worse prognosis," as stated in a report from Wiley science news room.