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Marijuana and Autism Debate Revisited

In the face of news about prescription drug addiction and marijuana legalization, few focus prescriptions drugs, their effect on people with autism and marijuana as an alternative.

Binge Drinking: On the rise in America and Abroad

A new government survey has found that 1 out of 3 adults and 2 out of 3 high school students binge drink in the United States. Europeans have been dealing with an increase in binge drinking since 1995. Check out some of the hilarious public service announcement against binge drinking & what is behind the U.S. government's binge drinking stats.

Love is a Drug - Literally

A recent study finds that passionate love has the same brain pathway and sparks the same brain chemistry as cocaine and other drugs. Could this be why a person can litterally have withdrawal from heart break? Read about the study, what this means for addiction research, and how it will impact your love life.

Celebrity Drug News: Pat O'Brien, Elvis and Lindsay Lohan

Pat O'Brien recently talked more about Lindsay Lohan about her time in rehab, why an addict has to want to get help, and how Elvis Presely died because no one said "no".

Eminem's 60 Minutes Interview: What can an addict take away?

Eminem sat down with Anderson Cooper for a 60 minutes interview. It was aired this past Sunday. We want to know what you think about his background, his addiction and how he recovered.

Once an addict, always an addict? Relapse Meaning and the Key to Sobriety

Are you a learning oriented person or a goal oriented person? Knowing the difference could help help you or the addict you know from drug or alcohol relapse.

Addiction: Your Dirty Secret is a great online space to creatively and anonymously post your secrets. Can this be used to help you admit your drug or alcohol addiction? Find out why telling your secret is the first step towards recovery.

Why Admitting You Have a Problem is So Difficult

Recognizing that you have a problem with drug or alcohol addiction is one of the most difficult things you have to do as a substance abuser or addict. In fact, recognizing that you do not have control over your use of drugs and alcohol and actually telling people this realization is harder than getting addiction treatment. Why is this so hard?

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