(WASHINGTON) — Looking for a new way to get that jolt of caffeine energy? Food companies are betting snacks like potato chips, jelly beans and gum with a caffeinated kick could be just the answer.
The Food and Drug Administration is closely watching the marketing of these foods and wants to know more about their safety.
Thinking about death, fearing the unknown and worrying about the future aren’t traditionally considered sources of physical pain, but they may be susceptible to the same pain-killing treatments.
Public support for legalizing marijuana has never been higher, but the latest studies show recreational use is linked with prescription drug misuse.
Many people stop taking cholesterol-lowering statins due to muscle pain or nausea, but most people are able to resume taking a different type of the same drug.
Washington state gets ready to regulate legal marijuana with the help of one of America’s top drug policy analysts.
Mark Kleiman is professor of public policy at the University of California in Los Angeles, and co-author of …
If accused Aurora mass shooter James Holmes wants to enter a plea of insanity in the “Batman” movie theater massacre, he will have to agree to narcoanalysis.
So-called treatments for drug users and the disabled in some places of the world—including the U.S.— are far from helpful, says a new United Nations (U.N.) report.
Parents who talk to their kids about their own, past drug may not be helping their kids to avoid drugs.
Reports emerge that steroids may have been found at Pistorius’ home the night he shot and killed his girlfriend.
Two new studies add to the confusion over the health effects of marijuana.
Distributing naloxone and training people to use it can cut the death rates from overdose nearly in half, according to a new study.
A program that takes personality into account may help to identify and reduce teen-drinking rates.
A new study challenges previous work that found a link between marijuana use and lower IQ, but the authors of the original paper stand by their findings.