New research suggests that an anti-nausea drug approved for fighting the effects of chemotherapy may help some alcoholics — particularly those with a certain genetic
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its first warning letters to retailers for selling tobacco to minors, Reuters reported Jan. 7. The FDA was
An experimental vaccine tested on mice appears to nullify the effects of cocaine addiction by keeping it from affecting the central nervous system, CNN Health
Unfit for human consumption, banned cans of high-octane Four Loko are being recycled into ethanol — and used in gasoline.
New research indicates smoking-cessation drugs may work by changing the way our brains react to seeing others smoke, HealthDay News reported Jan. 3. In separate
To prevent overdoses, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued strict new limits on a common ingredient in prescription painkillers, The New York Times
Acculturation stress may be part of the reason some Mexican and Mexican-American teens living in the U.S. report high rates of marijuana and alcohol use, Fox News
Federal data shows that prescription drug abuse now sends twice as many people to the emergency room (ER) as it did five years ago —
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