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Hair follicle drug tests involving taking a small hair sample to determine whether a person has been using illicit drugs or misusing prescription m...

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The most memorable and joyous moments of my life are laced with a dark cloak of anxiety. Read about my journey to recovery from both anxiety and ad...

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Marijuana has several potential physical and psychological effects on the body, such as lung irritation and increased appetite. Learn more about th...

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A large cohort study in a Chinese population contradicts previous findings suggesting that moderate alcohol intake can protect against stroke.

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A recent investigation into health conditions that develop in people recovering from addiction reveals that more than one-third have a chronic dise...

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Efforts to lose weight may not work for a range of reasons. A person may be following an ineffective fad diet, or consuming sugary drinks, or exerc...

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Caffeine withdrawal symptoms can occur when a person abruptly stops consuming caffeine. Symptoms can last for a week or more and include headaches,...

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Researchers have found strong associations between the frequent use of highly potent cannabis and reports of first-time psychotic episodes.

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A recent study charts the effect of recreational marijuana laws on the purchase of junk food. Their findings provide new evidence for the 'munchies.'

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New research finds that environmental cues related to drugs can strengthen memories and implicitly make addictive habits harder to kick.

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A new study investigates the potential protective effects of alcohol at different ages. They find that it is not a level playing field.

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The case of a 70-year-old man who had a heart attack after eating a marijuana lollipop has caused concern in the medical community.