New research from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) found one in three drivers killed on the road in 2009 had drugs in their
Airports and airlines are making alcohol increasingly available, USA Today reported Nov. 30. Airlines began promoting cocktails and other alcohol more heavily in the past
Twice as many young people are getting prescriptions for controlled substances than had been 15 years ago, Reuters reported Nov. 29. Investigators led by Robert J.
In the wake of a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), seven alcoholic energy drinks made by four companies will no longer
As more states move to ban caffeinated alcoholic beverages (CABs), a new research review highlights the mounting evidence on the health risks associated with combining
Beginning in late 2011, Britain will tax beers with higher alcohol content more heavily than weaker beers, Reuters reported Nov. 30. New tax rates will
A new study found moderately impulsive adolescent boys who drank heavily have less impulse control in later years — thus putting them at risk for
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has enacted an emergency ban on five synthetic marijuana chemicals, The New York Times reported Nov. 24. During the temporary
Women who were physically or sexually abused as children are more likely to abuse alcohol or be alcohol-dependent as adults, according to a recent study.