“I’m not drinking and I don’t do any drugs. I don’t like the idea of never being able to have fun without the help of a substance when I’m older.”
I was a living cliche: a failed musician who then spends his time criticizing other musicians.
The photographer has spent the past few years documenting the vulnerable community who spend their days in Dalston's Gillett Square as the area they know changes around them.
The experiment ended in vomit and wet farts.
I got in touch with a psychologist, a sexologist and a chronobiologist to find out why a little sunshine gets us all so hot and bothered.
The beginning of the end for my liver, and probably yours.
There's a country song—and possibly a horrible tragedy—in here somewhere.
Climbing the ladder at a major firm can lead to substance abuse, depression and suicidal thoughts – or at least, that's where it led me.
For decades, connoisseurs of psychedelics have said that "set and setting"—your state of mind and your environment—influence how you experience drugs. And they're right.
An A-Z of vitally important life and love lessons: F for Freak Outs, O for Orgasms, W for Walk of Shame.
We went to the liver damage capital of the south-west to see what's become of its drinking culture since the council started cracking down.
A "drinking problem" can be a little hard to pin down, medically speaking.