New research finds that people whose jobs constantly call on them to feign friendly emotions often turn to the bottle after work.
New research finds that hangovers result from heavy drinking, no matter the combination of beverages.
By many measures, pot is far safer than alcohol. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's good for you, some public-health experts say.
New research finds alcohol consumption is higher in chapters where members are expected to assert their masculinity.
References to sex have increased in pop music over the decades, even as actual sexual behavior among adolescents has declined.
Using gene testing to find the right drug for the right person at the right time is medicine's cutting edge. Addiction researchers are identifying promising genetic targets for treatments for alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs.
A new compilation of data finds Eastern Europe is a leader in both alcohol and tobacco consumption.
It turns out the benefits of light to moderate drinking might have been exaggerated.
We're winning: More progress has been made toward enlightened drug policies and treatment in the past five years than in the previous 25. Here's an advocacy agenda to take us even closer to the future we need.
My book Love and Addiction, published in 1975, proved prescient in the decades that followed. How optimistic should we be as we look further ahead?