Top Menu

A new report shows that behavioral health problems affect every community throughout America - but in unique, and sometimes surprising ways. The report, based on a

Read More > 0

Canadian policymakers are debating whether to divert offenders with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) to specialized treatment programs or even to exempt them from incarceration altogether,

Read More > 0

Tough college alcohol policies reduce underage and binge drinking on campus without causing a compensatory rise in marijuana use, according to investigators at the Center

Read More > 0

Hispanic-American adults use drugs and alcohol less frequently than the general population, according to data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s)

Read More > 0

Do you find yourself drinking more heavily when you are out with friends? There may be a gene for that. ScienceNews reported July 16 that

Read More > 0

The state of Washington plans to impose tough new rules on doctors who want to prescribe opiate painkillers to patients, including mandatory third-party evaluation of

Read More > 0

The successful quit rate was 10 percent higher among smokers whose bodies responded well to an experimental nicotine vaccine than those given a placebo, according

Read More > 0

Americans’ general support for medical uses of marijuana does not extend to their embracing of initiatives to legalize the drug outright, according to an April

Read More > 0