A terrifying, flesh-eating drug has arrived from Russia — but what is it made of?
The effects of LSD are poorly understood, especially in relation to the human psyche.
Don't be fooled: this inhalant is nothing like the appetizer of the same name.
With the discovery of LSD came revolutions that still resonate 50 years later.
Do you experience ringxiety? Ever had an irresistible urge to tweet?
Inhalant abuse is most common among young children, from 7th to 9th grade, because of the ease of access compared to alcohol.
Repeated studies have found that nicotine is more addictive than heroin and cocaine.
Because Internet addiction is a relatively new concept, and in some cases not recognized as a true addiction, there are limited treatment options available.
The message is relayed constantly: "Get some exercise; stay healthy." But what about when exercise becomes an obsession?
Plastic surgery has become a staple in popular culture. From Hollywood stars to everyday citizens, it seems to be an expensive but easy way to "fix" a subtle physical flaw.
How can some people manage their money while others go thousands of dollars into debt?
This article discusses gambling, shopping, video gaming, sex and eating addictions.
Described by manufacturers as "bath salts" or "plant food," these designer drugs are a particularly nasty brand of hallucinogens.
Ecstasy is an illegal drug popularized in the late 1980s by club goers and ravers.
Psilocybin mushrooms, better known as magic mushrooms or shrooms, are fungi containing psilocybin (the drug responsible for making shroom users hallucinate).
Ketamine is a psychedelic drug that became popular in the '60s. While not physically addictive, this recreational substance can cause psychological dependence.
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