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Ty Lawson was banned from booze for previous DUI, drunk driver asks cop for directions to McDonald's, and experts claim soda as addictive as cocaine.
The developers of OxyContin are looking at new Apple software to use you as data.
The Republican party has once again put a roadblock in the way of progress.
Nearly half of all painkiller overdoses came from people who had prescriptions filled at multiple pharmacies.
Though people already prone to overeating may smoke to curb their appetite.
Helping others through my pain comforts me. This is how I cope.
Gloucester isn’t the only town in Massachusetts to take a new approach to addressing drug addiction.
A two-minute PSA called Doors focuses on a wide range of voices detailing the abjectness of their alcohol use disorder.
President Obama alludes to Cosby rape, drunk NHL star crashes into Tim Hortons, and footage of El Chapo's escape emerges.
Or are we just using it the wrong way?
This is the third time the Colorado Board of Health has rejected the proposal.
With Obama’s power of clemency comes time to reflect on how we criminalize and punish those who suffer. There is a better way.
Members of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe are hoping to launch a lucrative MMJ business.
The would-be star from the 1980s amassed a lengthy criminal record stemming from substance abuse.
Pastor Eric Dupee drafted a resolution to stop the injustice of the drug war that has caused "more harm" than good.
Barbara Hudson's activities came to light after filing a lawsuit against a former employee.
Donovan McNabb suspended by FOX Sports for DUI, Ken Stabler once planted cocaine on sportswriter, and Birdman throws alcohol at Lil Wayne.
We all know it began with Bill W., Dr. Bob Smith and their Big Book. But there were two other old drunks at the center of AA we shouldn't forget.
Legislation is beginning to expand options for families of addicted youth, but significant gaps remain.
Highly rated by their teen clients and their families, Paradigm Malibu offers programs for a really wide range of adolescent disorders including: depression, anxiety, personality disorders, substance abuse, behavioral addictions, and eating disorders.