A psychology researcher from Australia has collected some of the first scientific evidence that video gaming can be addictive in a way similar to gambling and alcohol.
Canadian researchers study marijuana users who overcome addiction.
“People don’t realize that at 18, when their own kids are going to prom or preparing for college, these kids are going to homelessness,” Lauri Burns, founder of The Teen [...]
Convenience stores across the country are selling small foil packets containing a substance known as ‘bath salts.’ But despite the name, the product has nothing to do with [...]
Ontario First Nations are seeking government support for a potential mass withdrawal in their communities due to the discontinuation of the drug OxyContin on March 1.
Craig Richter, a 40-year-old man in Melbourne, Australia says that when he wanted to turn his life around six years ago, it took a miracle.
Depression may be linked with video game and Internet “addiction” in students aged 7 to 13.
In an act of spiritual self-discipline, people will give up alcohol, meat, chocolate … but not cell phones.
Mike Pratt, 51, has suffered depression all his life. After losing his wife to cancer in 1999, he fell into using cocaine.
A study of rats offers scientific proof for what many dieters already know: Sugar can be addictive.