If you or someone you know has an alcohol or drug problem, these quizzes can help you determine if it is time to reach out for help and support.
College students who drink alcohol may get themselves into trouble, not because of how much they drink, but because of their risk-taking attitudes.
If you are sending children off to college this year you may not find much comfort in the fact that most colleges fail in trying to curtail unsafe drinking.
Some students go through their college experience without developing a drinking problem. Others, however, quickly become extreme binge drinkers.
Sometimes when the families of addicts face a crisis situation their first response is to rush in and help, when the best thing may be to do nothing.
Many college students drink excessively because they believe everyone drinks to get drunk. Changing that perception can reduce alcohol consumption.
Although 40 percent of college freshmen say they binge drink a new study has found than up to 20 percent of male students go far beyond that threshold.
Since 1993, the number of college students who binge drink has remained about the same, but the intensity of excessive drinking has jumped sharply.
If you tried to quit drinking or using drugs but had a relapse, you're not alone. Statistics indicate that up to 90% of people have at least one.
Parents of teenaged girls may think their daughters are less likely to use drugs and alcohol than boys, but the research doesn't support that notion.