The head of Australia's leading alcohol research body has called for marijuana to be legalised to reduce the harm of drinking.
A new analysis is challenging a report that suggests regular marijuana smoking during the teen years can lead to a long-term drop in IQ.
A teen who consumes alcohol is likely to have reduced brain tissue health, but a teen who uses marijuana is not, according to a new study.
Medical marijuana may be fueling increased use of pot while meth use has fallen by half since 2006.
When states debate medical marijuana laws, one of the issues sure to come up is whether legalizing marijuana for medical uses sends the wrong message to young people.
The 22nd annual Partnership Aptitude Tracking Study recorded a 67-percent jump from 2008 to 2010 in the number of teens who reported using ecstasy.
Study makes it clear that clear that education and regulatory restrictions are more effective than prohibition and criminalization, but the drug czar draws the wrong conclusions.
Marijuana use by 8th, 10th, and 12th graders increased slightly this year, according to figures released Tuesday by the annual Monitoring the Future survey of junior and senior high school students.
Supposed increases in marijuana use by teens, if statistics from a new poll are correct, show that drug prohibition isn't working.
Have you seen the new not4me anti-marijuana ads from the Harper government?