by Graeme McNaughton Guelph Mercury A new study at the University of Guelph suggests there could be a new way to deal with the challenge of overcoming
By Ana Sandoiu New research finds that the cerebellum, a large part of the human brain that scientists thought was primarily involved in motor control, may
Ottawa, November 26, 2018 — The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) is pleased to launch National Addictions Awareness Week from November 26
This anthology is a collection of personal accounts, research, treatment approaches and policy commentary exploring women’s experiences of mothering in the context of addiction. Individual
KELLY GRANT HEALTH REPORTER As Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government tables its long-awaited marijuana legislation, Canada’s doctors have a message about pot: Just because it will eventually
In a stunning series, Ann Dowsett Johnston reports that women are driving an unprecedented surge in alcohol consumption. How close to the limit are you?