Starting in October, Extra Strength Tylenol will start printing warning labels on their caps.
Researchers found that people with epilepsy are 10 times more likely than healthy people to die before reaching their mid-50s.
Researchers found more evidence that family conflict can cause boys to turn to illegal drugs.
Street children show high levels of drugs use, according to a new study.
Besides helping people with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder concentrate, new research reveals that Ritalin may also help treat addiction in people who use cocaine.
A new study on murderers reveals that they are not all the same. The findings reveal that the minds of those who kill impulsively or out of rage are very different than the minds of those who carefully carry out premeditated crimes.
A new study found that the rise in adult prescriptions correlated to the rise in drug poisoning in young children and teenagers.
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.
CDC reports that 20 percent of children in the United States could be diagnosed with a mental illness disorder.
Urban Outfitters' new line of drinking products that resemble prescription bottles is under fire for being insensitive.
A new study found that children who processed information at a much slower rate had an increased risk for a psychotic episode at the age of 12.
Over a quarter of teens, 27 percent, believed that it was safer to abuse prescription drugs than to do so with street drugs.
The Food and Drug Administration announced that the generic version of painkiller, OxyContin will no longer be approved due to drug abuse.
The taste of beer, without any effect from alcohol itself, is enough to set off the brain's pleasure system, according to a new small study.
People suffering mental illnesses are more than seven times more likely to use marijuana on a weekly basis, 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.