Marijuana is one of the increasingly legalized drugs for medicinal and recreational purposes. However, it was discovered, through a new research that marijuana intake can have a negative impact on cardiovascular health.
A group of former addicts from Afghanistan has volunteered for the Bridge of Hope Health Organization to help addicts and former addicts get care and counseling to current drug users.
Athletes who are also highly competitive are more prone to alcohol and drug addiction.
Parallel to the increase in potency and decrease in prices of heroin products, overdoses have increased tremendously in the United States from 2010 to 2015.
At present, there is an overwhelming number of children from heroin addict parents, seeking for foster care.
Researchers were surprised with their findings as they were able to stop cocaine craving among mice.
Drug addiction may be cured by an injectible medicine, a recent study suggests.
Medical evidence abounds that say drug addiction is a brain disease and yet the general public still consider substance abuse as a form of moral decay.
People who are addicted to drugs would normally find some form of alternative substance they can get to get high and latest reports reveal an unlikely over-the-counter drug.
Kathleen Errico may have lost her daughter Kelsey Endicott but her moving eulogy can hopefully save and touch lives on the perils of heroin drug addiction.
According to a new study, the adults who smoke pot are more susceptible than non-smokers to develop an addiction outside of drugs.
Are you addicted to junk food? According to a recent study, this happens because a habits leaves an indelible impression on certain circuits of our brain
In a new study, researchers found that the public is more likely to be negative toward drug addicts than the mentally ill.
For some people, sex is just as addictive as drugs. Brain scans reveal that pornography triggers the same brain activity as drug addiction in sex addicts.
Researchers have linked the decline in smoking rates to the dwindling visibility of tobacco in prime time American television drama programs.
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.