Substance Abuse

08-04   Behind blue eyes: New study reveals possible link between eye color and alcoholism

Recent research published in the July issue of the American Journal of Medical Genetics: Neuropsychiatric Genetics (Part B) found a possible link between eye color and alcoholism. Genetic researchers at the University of Vermont discovered data potentially indicating that people with blue eyes have a higher risk of being alcoholics. Professor of Microbiology and Molecular […]


07-08   According to a new report, underage drinking has decreased

Posted in Substance Abuse

According to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), underage drinking across the United States has decreased throughout the last decade. The report took into consideration the efforts of community coalitions, law enforcement agencies, policy changes and awareness campaigns to prevent underage drinking. The study examined data from SAMHSA’s […]


07-02   Exposure of marijuana among children has dramatically increased

There has been debate regarding the repercussions that would follow the legalization of marijuana in the U.S. These discussions have focused on health and marijuana use, the financial cost for adults to consume the drug, crime rates and the economic benefits of legalization. A recent study, published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics and conducted by […]


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