Addiction—a mental illness or a moral failing?
Despite making more than any other state from gambling, New York lags behind gaming meccas like Nevada and New Jersey in funding addiction treatment.
An alarming new study found that children as young as eight years old displayed eating disorder behaviors like making themselves vomit.
The documentary special examines whether or not strict Mormon teachings can lead to substance abuse.
The DEA used real photos and status updates to trick Sondra Arquiett's friends into incriminating themselves.
Couple poisons disabled son with alcohol in IV, drunk stripper attacks boyfriend with an axe, and teacher caught smoking heroin near school.
Gabor Maté's Trauma Theory feels good, but how "good" is it?
Roughly half of the Department of State’s 59 officially designated foreign terrorist organizations have been linked to the global drug trade. Those outfits are all vying for a piece of the most lucrative illicit pie on the planet.
The killing of 59-year-old David Hooks is the latest in a string of deaths caused by botched police raids across the country.
The rise in popularity if esports has allowed video gamers to channel their energies into something potentially positive.
New research has found a direct link between caffeine and genetics.
Finding friends in low places.
A retired Atlanta man was surprised to find his home raided by heavily armed police complete with helicopter crew.
Some people may never stop using drugs, but they also never stop being human beings.
The more a man drinks, the lower the sperm count and quality.
Michael Phelps suspended for six months after DUI, four-year-old passes out mom's heroin at daycare, and drunk man busted for exposing himself to hospital patients.
In an ironic twist of fate, Anthony Bosch tested positive for cocaine after helping nearly 20 baseball players get suspended for PEDs.
The American Academy of Neurology issued a warning about taking powerful painkillers to treat non-cancer conditions.
You can be sober and grow weed, I'm told. But can a recovering addict like me live next door?