Underage students who smoke or drink may be getting their cigarettes and alcohol from friends or family members, a new survey suggests.
Numerous studies show that violence toward spouses and partners increases with the frequency and volume of drinking. However, a new study reveals where people drink may also play a significant role in domestic abuse.
Researchers found that people who developed verbal skills faster were more likely to drink more alcohol in adulthood.
Researchers found that incorporating therapy sessions into health classes could help teenagers lose weight.
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.
Anti-homophobia programs in schools may help reduce binge drinking for all students, a new study suggests.
A night out on the town can dumb you down, according to new research.
Researchers report that gender plays a huge factor in why men and women turn to alcohol and how it affects their mental states.
Researchers found that smoking and drinking suppress dopamine levels in rat models, which lead to excessive drinking with the goal of increasing dopamine.
Swedish engineer, Andreas Hammar created a device that can turn sweat into clean, drinkable water.
Concerned that your child may one day turn into a heavy drinker? New research finds a correlation between children's behavior and their drinking habits as teens.
Researchers found that people who drank two cups of water before a meal lost an average of four pounds.
Researchers found that the effects of alcohol are exacerbated by aging.
A new study reveals that while smoking has decreased in U.S. movies, drinking has increased in movies rated acceptable for young audiences.
A report published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration stated that one in every five parent believes that they hold no power over whether or not their teenaged children choose to engage in substance usage.
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.