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The temptations of drink are being replaced by the lure of social media for many young Britons, some of whom worry that their reputations would suffer from drunken antics posted online, according to new research.
Carrying a gene variant that affects the release of a specific brain protein may put one at greater risk of developing an alcohol use disorder, according to the results of a recent animal study.
London’s Borough Market will soon be home to a unique way of tying one on. Thanks to a new installation dubbed “Alcoholic Architecture,” pub-goers will now be able to consume their alcohol via a “walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail.”
For decades, the common opinion was that marijuana was a "gateway" that would lead teens to using other stronger drugs.
People who reduce their drinking in the two weeks before they enter formal treatment have better treatment outcomes than those who don’t, researchers at the University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) found in a pilot study.
For Martijn Schirp, it's a way to make an ordinary day just a little bit better.
In a community center just south of Los Angeles, upwards of 50 people pack into a room to offer each other words of comfort. Most of them are moms, and they've been through a lot.
Anyone who has smoked marijuana more than a couple of times knows that cannabis can alter how you sleep.
Stimulant drug abuse has long-term effects on brain volume in women, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology.
People who misuse prescription pain relievers all have one thing in common, University of Georgia researchers have discovered: a history of recent illicit drug use.