Moderate alcohol consumption even within low-risk drinking guidelines could still be harmful to the body, a Canadian study finds.
A team of Canadian researchers at the Memorial University of Newfoundland asserts that altering the minimum age for tetrahydrocannabinol induction could possibly reduce the long-term impact of its harmful effects.
A group of Korean researchers uncovered a number of key factors said to be correlated with excessive electronic cigarette consumption.
Appearing in a study published by the American College of Cardiology, researchers there focused on nearly 370 participants in Canada, most of which were in mid-adulthood and had a profound medical history
The study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, details preliminary clinical guidance on assessment, counseling, and pharmacotherapy for vaping among youth.
Depression is the largest predictor of substance use, like tobacco, cannabis, and alcohol, during pregnancy, a new study found.