Energy drinks + alcohol = public health threatMixing alcohol with energy drinks is much riskier than just drinking alcohol alone, reports a new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
Researchers from the University of Michigan Institute for...December 3, 2013
Is sobriety contingent upon spirituality?An increased association with spirituality is linked to better sobriety rates among teens who receive substance abuse treatment, reports a new study.
Researchers from the University of Akron, Case...November 14, 2013
Addicts don't chase the high, they avoid the lowNew research from Rutgers University suggests that addicts aren't necessarily hardwired to recreate the "high" they experience while using their drug of choice.
Instead, the study reveals, they are...November 8, 2013
Crystal Meth Use Increases Risk for Injecting DrugsYoung people who use crystal methamphetamine are more likely to inject drugs, reports a new study published in the CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
The research found that injection rates...October 21, 2013
Is marijuana really a gateway drug? While public approval of marijuana use continues to grow, more and more teenagers are dabbling in the drug - but does experimentation with pot lead to the use of more "hard" drugs?
That's the...October 15, 2013
Book review.In The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking, author Olivia L... Read Full Post
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