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After years of battling addiction and mental health issues, the once-troubled actress is now on track with sobriety.
After violating NASCAR's drug policy for the second time, a crewman is ousted.
Reality star Stevie J has failed ten drug tests since June, violating his bail agreement.
A judge took pity on a UK woman who fell victim to the toxic party drug GBL.
Avril Lavigne denies rehab rumors, judge orders Nestdrop to stop delivering weed, and heroin trafficker executed in Saudi Arabia.
A mother's fierce determination to overcome severe abuse empowers her own recovery and helps her family heal.
Pills seemed just to replace my addictions and made my bipolar disorder worse. Being introduced to transcendental meditation was the best thing that happened to me.
The eight weeks between Halloween and New Year’s Eve are a minefield of triggers for people in recovery...
Jaycee Chan faces a maximum of three years in prison for the charges against him.
A PBS documentary reveals a less than merry side of the White Christmas singer's family life.
With heroin-related deaths on the rise, Christie vows to implement a new strategy to combat addiction.
Movie theaters across the state will show public service announcements warning about the dangers of the drug.
I’d decided to wean off an antidepressant just in time for a holiday meltdown and, in typical fashion, was going about it very quietly. This was a kamikaze move, though sure, I had my reasons.
Indiana court says being drunk and annoying illegal, Kansas may join Colorado pot lawsuit, and bad batch of heroin plagues Denver.
Having paid his dues for felony drug possession, Brandon Murray is back on the streets to help others avoid a similar fate.
Sara Ainsworth has filed suit in hopes of overturning a 16-year-old law she feels is unconstitutional.
The lure of watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians while high was enough to make Grohl stop for good.
Both the Real Life Recovery Center and Halfway There Sober House are suspected of doling out kickbacks for patient referrals.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Buzz Bissinger admitted to a variety of "compulsive and dangerous" behaviors.
Oregon officials said that the state is well behind in its goal to treat addicts.