The criminalization of drug users has been a long and controversial debate, but even drug users don't necessarily think legalization is the answer.
Concerned about your teenage child's friends? Certain types of relationships can increase risk of substance use in teens.
Etiquette isn't just for the upper class and the old fashioned -- it applies to drug use as well. But it can do more harm than good.
While the decision to use drugs is made by the individual, friends, family and even physicians can enable drug use.
Cybersex may seem like harmless fantasy, but when it involves children, even those who simply dabble in child porn pose a serious risk to young children.
Friends and family may have more influence over your eating habits, and even whether you gain weight, or become overweight than you thought.
Concepts of addiction have moved from a focus on addictive drugs, to an understanding of the relationship between addictive behaviors and stress.
The attitude of workaholism is becoming the norm in the US, but it can damage relatioships. This article offers suggestions for overworked readers.
Research is increasingly supporting the existence of sugar addiction in children. There also appears to be a link with violence in later life.
Tuberculosis or TB is a rare but potentially life-threatening bacterial infection which affects the lungs. Alcohol and drug users are the highest risk group for TB in the United States.