Smoking and tobacco usage are still common in the U.S., causing heart disease and other diseases.
Alcohol addiction and dependency continue to harm physical and mental health and contribute to accidents and violence.
Prescription opioid usage and illicit opioid use have caused addiction and overdose fatalities in the U.S.
Sugar and Junk Food Addiction
Sugary and processed meals and snacks lead to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.
Technology and Social Media Addiction
Screen addiction and mental health issues have arisen from the growing use of cellphones, social media, and internet platforms.
Online and in-person gambling may cause addiction and financial issues for people and families.
Moderate caffeine use is harmless, but excessive use can cause dependency and health problems including sleep difficulties and anxiety.