Chronic pain can be devastating, especially for those who are unable or unwilling to take prescription painkillers. New research suggests that for th...
Lifestyle Center: Drugs
Most parents wouldn’t allow their teens to use a mind-altering drug. However, many parents may not realize that by stocking the fridge with drinks ...
A cup of java is a cup of java. When it comes to caffeine content, that could be another matter entirely.
Pain management is complex. But is it possible--or even desirable--to eliminate all pain?
Sewage treatment plants are all about keeping it clean--water, that is. But there may be a problem.
How has marijuana legislation affected public health and law enforcement? A new analysis might have some answers.
There's an old saying that you can't legislate morality. When it comes to smoking, however, legislation may have a health impact.
Veterans who have been wounded often deal with chronic pain conditions. A new study suggests they might be able to help themselves.
Trying to quit something such as smoking, drinking or eating junk food can be a difficult task. New research sheds some light on why the human brain ...
Smoke a little pot, now and then? Don't go overboard, it might affect your memory.
For patients struggling with marijuana dependence, a new treatment option could be on the horizon.
When it comes to liver damage, it's not just about how much you drink. It may also be about how you drink.
Coffee-loving athletes, rejoice! You may be able to ditch the energy drinks and caffeine pills for good.
A single dose of an illegal, hallucinogenic drug could help cancer patients in a big way.
Do you sleep more than nine hours a night? If so, you could be putting your health at risk.
A tiny genetic mutation may control whether you "hold" your liquor all night or go nuts after a glass of wine with dinner.
Should psychiatric hospitals ban smoking among patients both indoors and out? Some experts disagree on whether bans like these would do more harm tha...
It's no secret that alcohol and tobacco addiction often go hand-in-hand. But could an addiction to one make it harder to quit the other?