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TREATMENT PROFESSIONAL NEWS: Medical professionals from all corners united in an effort to stop drug misusers from doctor shopping.
The actor quietly entered a Connecticut rehab after wrapping the final season of Mad Men.
New ultrasound evidence shows a fetus reacting to its mother smoking cigarettes.
April Corcoran tried to trade her 11-year-old daughter for sex in exchange for drugs.
Rutgers frat house targeted for drugs, toddler accidentally drinks sangria at restaurant, and hearse driver charged with DUI.
Sober dating? There's an app for that.
Six myths about the disease model of addiction refuted.
The Fix Q&A with Barbara Theodosiou, founder of "The Addict’s Mom," on how to take action when faced with every mother’s nightmare.
Beth Cowan is hoping her participation in the Miss British Empire 2015 competition will inspire others.
Once again, California is leading the way on public health. Will other states soon follow?
The soap opera actress hailed the drug as "miraculous" in treating her long battle with depression.
The THC levels in pot being sold today are far more potent than three decades ago.
The star of MTV's Awkward talked candidly about her struggles with eating disorders in her new book.
The state's new program has the endorsement of Gov. John Kasich.
Scott Disick leaves rehab to hit clubs in Costa Rica, boxer Stephan O'Meara jailed for smuggling cocaine, and drunk woman caught masturbating on plane.
You can’t talk about ending the drug war without talking about restoring communities. But nobody is.
A source close to the show said that Yoba was back on drugs and making everyone "uncomfortable."
Will heroin’s injection into the mainstream finally ignite compassionate drug policy?
The so-called "Cool Pope" stepped in it once again by making disparaging remarks toward a country that's home to 120 million Catholics.
PRO TREATMENT NEWS: The National Institute on Drug Abuse has begun to change its marijuana policy so that medical researchers can gain greater access.