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Israeli researchers have found that a few drinks improved an individual's ability to smell, though too many had the adverse effect.
Anti-pot advocates are angry that medical marijuana is being presented as a healthier alternative to pills.
Corey McQueary died after another inmate returned to jail with the drug-soaked contraband.
Sarah Silverman shows off vapor pen before Emmys, cocaine-stuffed tamales seized at airport, and students taught alcohol safety at pub.
For the faithful, porn addiction isn't about how much porn is watched—it's about how guilty they feel when they do it.
New research shows that a majority of teens are being exposed to online pornography every day.
Dea Millerberg was sentenced last week for her 'depraved' actions that led to Alexis Rasmussen's overdose death.
Some say e-cigarettes are saving smokers from regular cigarettes, but they're also dragging teens into the habit.
Despite a Colorado court upholding marijuana taxation, buyers are still at risk for self-incrimination at the federal level.
A new video released by the Mormon Church hopes to curb the growing problem of porn addiction among its faithful.
Kicker Matt Prater was suspended following a DUI hit-and-run in 2011.
Massachusetts officer charged with DUI fatality, New York college student finds cocaine in luggage after flight, and drunk bride orders Taco Bell.
The current No. 1 player in women's singles tennis claims she was 'dehydrated' and 'feverish' during a bizarre doubles match with her sister in July.
Many newcomers to Moderation Management come to find there's a whole lot more counting than they thought. But it's worth it.
A study conducted by German researchers found that women show the same symptoms of porn addiction as men.
Police have new tech to help them predict and enforce the law better than ever—but that also means enforcing the racial bias of drug arrests faster than ever, too.
Prosecutors face a lack of evidence and overwhelming support for the grieving father.
Amendment 2 could potentially water down a series of Florida laws designed to stop the sale of drug paraphernalia.
Hydrocodone combination drugs like Vicodin will be reclassified in an effort to reduce drug abuse.
A close cousin to its namesake, acetyl fentanyl has been sold on the streets in packages marked as heroin.