Drug Dealers Posed as Addicts to Find Clients in Rehab
Dealers offering weed and heroin to recovering addicts has become a common trend around Goa’s rehabs.
A Guide to Surviving Your First Time in Rehab
Don't have rehab sex, but do indulge your sweet tooth.
Running Away From Drinking Myself to Death
On grief, morning runs, and not getting drunk to late-night news broadcasts alone anymore.
What It's Like Being a Problematic Drug User at Christmas
"My family had no idea: I drink a lot of Diet Coke and they just thought I was hyper or, when I was coming down, they thought I was just having a depressive moment."
Inside the Rehab Swapping Drug Addiction for Extreme Exercise
If you believe that you'll always be an addict, is your best option to swap one dependancy for another?
An Open Library in a Darjeeling District Is Asking You to Steal Its Books
Srijana Subba, a teacher and owner of the Book Thief Open Library, wants to cultivate reading habits to counter disturbing trends among the youth in the Himalayan foothills.
Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, and Why We Blame Women for Male Substance Abuse
Blaming a woman for her partner's self-harm isn't just cruel, it's symptomatic of our culture's biggest problems.
'A Star Is Born' Examines Pop's Destructive Relationship with Drug Abuse
The film, starring Lady Gaga in her first feature role, is a harsh look at the realities of fame.
Scientists Dosed an Artificial Brain With Meth
Organ Chip models enable researchers to directly observe physiological processes and responses.
Report: Demi Lovato Hospitalized After Alleged Overdose [UPDATED]
The pop star revealed she relapsed from six years of sobriety in a song, "Sober," released last month.
This Is How a Therapist Decides How Much They Need to Praise You
Strength-based perspective therapy plays out kind of as a “rent-a-friend” dynamic with deeper psychological analysis happening in-session.