Researchers reported that adults who struggle with booze are more likely to see the problem continue if they smoke pot.
A study found Native Americans are more likely not to drink at all when compared with whites.
Experts agree that a big benefit of Dry January is actually quite simple: It motivates people to rethink their relationship with alcohol.
Authorities have announced plans to open 150 treatment centers, a remarkable acknowledgment of the scale of alcoholism in the Islamic republic.
A new study adds to growing evidence that we are increasingly lonely -- and it's not good for us.
The 51-year-old ABC News reporter, who has been constantly fighting her alcohol dependency, admitted in January that she is an alcoholic.
Robin Williams, who died of an apparent suicide on Monday, struggled with substance abuse throughout his life.
Eastern Europeans and Russians drink the most, but alcohol is becoming more popular in India and China.
A new study conducted by the Center for Disease Conrol has determined that one in eight U.S. women binge drink.
Alcohol poisoning has been confirmed as the cause of Amy Winehouse's death.
The homeless problem in Denmark is unlikely to ease anytime soon. Net unemployment is now at 4.7 percent, the highest level in six years. Labor Minister Mette Frederiksen warned that the unemployment rate will continue to climb into 2013.
Medical ethicist Julian Savulescu has called for creating genetically engineered ethical babies as a "moral obligation," for parents. Savulescu presents his case, citing the attempt as "responsible parenting."
Already attracting critical buzz for its unique and moving story, Papo and Yo released its official launch trailer today to show some of the protagonist Quico's backstory.
Marilyn is as great a legend as this country as ever produced – she shares eternal life with such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, John Wayne and Louis Armstrong.
The saga, drama and tragedy of the Kennedys rivals that of any authentic royal family the world had ever seen.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., whose mysterious monthlong leave of absence has perplexed Chicago and Capitol Hill, is at a residential treatment facility for a mood disorder, his doctor said in a statement released by the congressman's office Wednesday evening.