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Heroin sells for as little as one dollar and every home has an addict.
Twenty hours before he died of an overdose, my oldest friend was interviewed on the radio. This is his story.
Dr. Brad Lander has shown how a small part of the brain controlling motivation and pleasure is the key to understanding addictive behavior.
Despite new evidence, the government has no intention to decriminalizing drugs.
The Girls star revealed her struggles with OCD, sexual abuse, and eating disorders.
Despite marijuana being legal, people are still getting busted in Colorado.
Recovery 2.0 is a global movement of people who recognize the need for a holistic approach to recovery from addiction, and Tommy Rosen is giving us the scoop.
Dog helps police bust drug dealer owner, drunk Flybe pilot arrested before flying plane, and respected softball coach caught with crack cocaine.
Concerned about the impact of internet gambling, Rutgers will examine who, how, and why people become addicted.
Diagnosed with anorexia, 18-year-old Alice Taylor has recovered from her eating disorder and wants help educating others about the disease.
The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at Brown University has been suspended after two students claimed they were drugged and sexually assaulted.
Chuck Lorre and Gemma Baker on the story behind their recovery themed sitcom Mom.
Frank Greenagel has returned to active duty in order to wage war against the growing scourge of drug addiction in the military.
Once again, the Sarah Shay Memorial Scholarship and the Michael Donta Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to high school students affected by drugs.
The actor's death has triggered dozens of states to enact naloxone programs and Good Samaritan laws.
Mike Tyson claims he shared the same drug dealer as Robin Williams, police pull drunk man from burning car, and zombie woman arrested twice for DUI.
The number of pregnant women who receive treatment for substance abuse is shockingly low, but options do exist.
Women who had ended their marriages reported higher levels of drug and alcohol use as a means to relieve stress.
A new study shows that banned drugs and even anabolic steroids are still found in dietary supplements and sexual enhancement.
Insurance companies don't seem to care about stopping hepatitus C in the early stages and preventing patients from developing permanent liver damage.