The 100 000 drug overdose deaths in the US recorded for the period ended April 2021 paint a dire behind-the-scenes picture of life during COVID-19.
IDWeek 2021: Young people who inject drugs can be cured of hepatitis C virus infection, according to 2 new studies.
The annual NIH-supported survey revealed changing substance use trends among college students and college-aged adults. Find key results for primary care in our quick slideshow.
New research shows opioid overdose death rates increased among Black Americans between 2018 and 2019, despite having leveled off in other ethnic/racial groups.
Labor Day is almost here so we put together a quiz based on a review of the holiday drinking patterns of US adults. Are answers to these 10 questions what you expect?
A recent meta-analysis found that consuming up to 105 g of alcohol a week was associated with lower risks of cardiovascular events and mortality among adults with CVD.
Undesired weight changes and rising alcohol intake are a few issues facing adults due to prolonged pandemic-related stress, the latest American Psychological Association Stress in America™ poll reveals.
Alcohol.org, a subsidiary of American Addiction Centers, Inc, reports interesting findings on the holiday drinking patterns of US adults. Are answers to these 10 questions what you expect?
A new survey of US adults found that the odds of heavy alcohol intake among binge drinkers increased an extra 19% for every week in quarantine.
Find out how much you know about substance use among US high school students with our 9-question true/false quiz based on the 2019 CDC Youth Risk Behavior Survey results.