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Opioid Overdose Deaths Go Up for New Moms after Childbirth. Here’s Why.
Following the shift in recovery focus to pregnancy and babies, states are recognizing that mothers have been cut out of the picture.
I Lost Myself to India's Chemsex Scene and Overdosed, but Survived to Tell the Story
In the chemsex scene, drug abuse is more than just a health hazard.
We Found Evidence of Cocaine Use in U.K. Government Buildings
Our coke swabs—which turn blue when they detect the drug—picked up traces of coke in four of the nine locations we tested.
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.
What I Want to Tell You About Heroin
The Abortion I Had While Trying to Stay Clean
“I wanted a child, but logic told me I must terminate. What if I could not stay off drugs?”
The Terrible Tales of a Lizard-Smoking, Blood-Drinking Satanic Cult in Aligarh
In a town with a reputation for religiousness, a group of Satan worshippers are among the faithful.
Zeyad Masroor Khan
Rethinking My Broken Relationship with My Troubled Dad, Now That He’s Dead
No matter how much I tried to be a good daughter, he will always be the man I was literally and figuratively running from.
Why Drug Treatment Needs to Be Geared More Towards Women
While a third of global drug users are women and girls, only one in five drug treatment recipients is female.
The Trump transition
The opioid crisis could get even worse if Trump repeals Obamacare
What It's Like to Do Drugs in Your 40s
We spoke to some high-functioning drug users in their 40s about their vices and how drugs have affected their lives.
Boomtown Bust: How the Sputtering Oil and Gas Industry Is Destroying Men
Men are falling behind in one Canadian oil town, and not surprisingly, they aren't handling it well.
It's Not Easy to Get Prescription Meds When You're Homeless on Skid Row
For the mentally ill individuals who make up nearly one-third of LA's homeless population, receiving and keeping prescription medication can be a desperate struggle.