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Already with the highest smoking age, Utah lawmakers aim to make it harder for teens to buy tobacco.
Even heavy drinking couples can live in marital bliss so long as both consume the same amount of booze.
Many British nationals are facing harsh prison sentences and even months of detainment without trial. Some could even face the death penalty.
But funds to treat low-income users is on the way down.
Artie Lange talks to The Fix about surviving heroin addiction, a suicide attempt and Howard Stern
New study shows it's possible for a drug-using dad to shape his son's resistance.
As media hysteria grows, the drug agency tries to tamp down reports of the infamous flesh-eating synthetic heroin infesting the U.S.
New York State mayor arrested for DWI, South Korean actress busted for propofol, another Seattle Seahawk suspended, and Chicago wants to ban e-cigs.
Game has a grip on millions thanks to endless levels and random rewards.
Overall tobacco use is down, but teens are increasingly ingesting nicotine through alternative means.
New study shows that the naturally occurring compound resveratrol may block the effects of methamphetamine.
Public outcry dampened a proposal that would have banned the mere smell of pot even if it came from one’s own property.
Late nights with Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan finally take their toll
Mayor Bloomberg says cigs kill sex, Francesca Eastwood claims it wasn't the booze, Naperville readies for pot business, and TSA officer gets busted for smuggling drugs.
Residents of New Jersey will be able to enjoy all the fun and excitement of Atlantic City right from their own homes. And that has anti-gambling advocates worried.
The long-term practice of courts sentencing offenders to attend AA and NA meetings is increasing, and the effects on both the fellowships and the sentenced has wide-ranging consequences. The Fix investigates.
New research shows that risk of heart disease will return to non-smoker levels in almost half the time as previously thought
Founder of the hipster hotel chain had a history substance abuse
The so-called "civilians" outside of 12-step culture have similar problems and solutions; in fact we're no different from struggling addicts.
You take away the second word in Alcoholics Anonymous and what are you left with?