I’ve been on both sides: as the user, and the loved one staging an intervention. To quote a maxim I often heard at AA, relapse is part of recovery.
A study of 7,000 people suggests those with ADHD are more likely to have drug problems and that some may be self-medicating.
I never thought I'd become physically dependent. But then nobody ever does.
Without in-person meetings, members have found recovery beyond AA.
How do you know when drinking or drug use crosses the line into something more problematic? We ask experts for advice.
A new study shows that trout can get addicted to meth that comes from human waste, and it "could overshadow natural rewards like foraging or mating."
Carry a rocks glass, check in with a friend if you feel tempted, and other tips from expert partiers.
Campus centres for students recovering from addiction are exploding during COVID.
At first, online-only AA meetings seemed like an impossible challenge for the program’s structure. A year later, some members are hesitant to go back to the way it was.
DMX’s death and the testimonies of Demi Lovato and Bobby Brown should force the industry to consider how fame exacerbates addiction and mental health.
Psychedelic treatments for addiction challenge 12-step's ideas about what sobriety is: total abstinence from any mood- or mind-altering drug—psychedelics included.
The new YouTube Original ‘Dancing With the Devil’ answers the many questions about the singer’s 2018 overdose.