Hallucinogen use in America has increased since 2015 for adults
The study was conducted by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health…
Regular e-cigarette use on the rise despite lower use among young adults
The results of the study included more than 990,000 adults residing in…
Researchers suggest menthol cigarettes may raise the possibility of youth smoking and addiction
More than 1,000 cigarette smoking youths residing in America were added to…
Study probes the communication between physicians and patients regarding e-cigarette use
A study in JAMA asked more than 2,000 physicians regarding their input…
Electronic cigarettes are not effective at reducing the risk of relapse of cigarette smoking
More than 13,000 participants had been included.
E-cigarettes could be more beneficial than nicotine replacement treatment for smokers
The findings were first reported in the peer-reviewed journal Addiction.
Study examines how flavored e-cigarettes may distinctly affect the brain
The study was released in Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
How banning flavored vaping may have increased teen use of cigarettes
To reach those findings, the data of high school students was probed,…
The accuracy of smartphone breath alcohol testing devices varies widely
Smartphone breath alcohol testing devices may not be entirely accurate and their…
New findings question if excessive social media use is an actual form of addiction
Their findings were released online in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions.
Many American adults who consume e-cigarettes would like to cease smoking
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of South Carolina.
Increased addiction on social media linked to cyberbullying behaviors
The study's results were publicized in the Journal of Child and Adolescent…