Latest Drug use Stories
University of Granada scientists have been the first to analyze the relation between drug abuse and recognition of basic emotions (happiness, surprise, wrath, fear, sadness and disgust).
Statement of Steve Pasierb, President Teen Drug Use Rises to 9 Percent; Reinforces That Parents Are Essential NEW YORK, Sept.
Health and social services are facing a new challenge, as many illicit drug users get older and face chronic health problems and a reduced quality of life.
New research from the University of New Hampshire shows that the "gateway effect" of marijuana â€“ that teenagers who use marijuana are more likely to move on to harder illicit drugs as young adults â€“ is overblown.
Just-published research led by a psychologist at the University of Georgia shows that behavioral economic analysis may lead to an improved understanding of craving for alcohol and other drugs.
Why is it that only some drug users become addicts?
Doctors have declared that cannabis, commonly known as marijuana, does not increase the risk of a person taking their life.
Drug users are well informed about the harms associated with the drugs they use, and perceive alcohol and tobacco to be amongst the most dangerous substances.
New research shows that frequent use of ketamine - a drug popular with clubbers - is being linked with memory problems.
Punitive policies intended to reduce drug use by making life difficult for convicted users are counterproductive and actually lead to a vicious spiral of drug use and reincarceration.
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