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The state was given $1 million that will be used to prevent overdoses and address triggers for addiction.
A person speaking on condition of anonymity said the unarmed Ferguson youth who was shot multiple times by Officer Darren Wilson smoked pot.
The co-host of 20/20 has apparently relapsed and gone back to an undisclosed treatment facility.
Patrick Morgan is being charged with selling the molly that led to the death of 23-year-old Jeffrey Russ in 2013.
Five books to read in treatment or early sobriety, numbered arbitrarily....
A spate of recent overdoses from 'Smacked' has led the governor to take drastic action.
Eleven years ago "the apologetic bandit" was sentenced to prison. Now free, Daniel Genis details what happens in a system where virtually every prisoner is mandated to drug treatment.
Danniella Westbrook allegedly doing cocaine again, drunk lunatic stabs three at Grand Central Station, and woman caught smuggling coke in breast implants.
There is growing concern over 10- and 11-year-olds being diagnosed with eating disorders.
Despite the often tragic consequences of young girls visiting pro-ana sites, opponents say criminalizing them causes more harm than good.
The makers of the ad, VoteNo2, claim that holes in the Florida Right to Medical Marijuana initiative could 'potentially' lead to rape.
Drew Brooks from Faith Partners discusses how congregations across the country are getting real with substance abuse prevention, intervention and more.
Researchers like Dr. Sue Sisley are hamstrung by weed's status as a Schedule I drug.
The Gospel singer decided to record his latest album at The Dream Center in Los Angeles.
A total of five teens were charged with third-degree murder in the death of Tara Fitzgerald from synthetic drugs.
Chris Kattan gets three years probation for DUI, bodybuilder Steve Orton caught smuggling drugs, and CA assembly reduces crack cocaine sentences.
Can you ever get better when your career is based on being ill? Fix columnist Amy Dresner on being bipolar, an addict and a comedian.
If you legally use medical marijuana on your own time, should your employer be able to fire you for a failed drug test?
Though offered a plea deal, Jacob Lavoro could spend the rest of his life in jail if he misses so much as a meeting.
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