New Fingerprint Test Can Determine Cocaine Use

Researchers believe that future law-enforcement agencies could have a number of portable fingerprint drug tests available to them.

Why Cigarettes Seem More or Less Harmful in Various Countries

The tobacco industry is notoriously manipulative and reckless with their marketing, advertising, and, apparently, their legal actions.

Medical Marijuana for Developmental Disorders in Children

As the use of marijuana as a medical treatment becomes more popular, there has also been a growing interest in using marijuana to treat disorders in children.

Marijuana Contact Buzz: Myth or Not?

Researchers test if secondhand marijuana smoke exposure produces detectable levels of THC in the blood and urine of individuals.

Alcohol Consumption as Early as 3 Weeks into Pregnancy May Affect Child

Researchers suggest that alcohol exposure very early in pregnancy could lead to lifelong changes to the gene regulation mechanism in embryonic stem cells.

Absolutely Taboo Places to Serve Alcohol That Actually Do

These are just a few of the many laws surrounding the manufacture, sale, transport and consumption of alcohol throughout the world.

The 5 Biggest Sports Bankruptcy's Caused By Drug Abuse

These rich athletes who blew all their money on drugs and alcohol proves that addiction will drag you down regardless of your race, status, and money.

Understanding Blood Alcohol Content: Zero Tolerance for Drunk Driving

Whether you drink or not, getting a better understanding of blood alcohol content can be beneficial for you.

6 Things You Didn't Know About Alcohol and Your Body

Let's take a look at 8 interesting facts about alcohol and your body.

Treating Mental Health and Addiction: Our Flawed Approach

Instead of having accessible or inexpensive treatment centers, it is difficult to receive treatment without medical insurance.