Addiction and Recovery

The mandate can save lives. It also has driven up the price and sales of the overdose reversal drug.
The presidential candidate revealed that her father's battle against alcohol addiction influenced her new plan to combat substance abuse.
“You wear a different mask when you’re out here,” the talk show host said.
To cope with the stress of both of my kids being diagnosed with learning differences, I drank my “prescribed” glasses of wine after they went to sleep.
This lesser known case against Purdue Pharma in Oklahoma is set to be the first of the 330 state and federal lawsuits on opioids to go to trial.
To combat America’s addiction crisis, we must come out of the shadows.
Americans are more likely to accidentally overdose than die in a motor vehicle accident or a fall, according to a new report.
Without the health care law, the opioid crisis could have been worse, experts say.
Experts share how to know if you're developing a dependency on the pills.
For Jessica Grogan, attending AA meetings with her husband helped her recognize her own substance use issues.
The nation's hardest hit communities are turning to the long-stigmatized opioid treatment.
“My particular passion was Klonopin," the actress said during a talk with Dax Shepard.
Democratic candidate Caroline Walker is embracing her story as a recovering alcoholic on the campaign trail.
The bill recognizes that children and families are a key part of the crisis.
The "Halloween" actress has been sober for nearly 20 years.
‘Beautiful Boy’ is unlike most other movies about addiction.
Jamie Lee Curtis -- one of Hollywood’s best-known celebs -- has been open and honest about her past with opiate and alcohol addiction.
“You think you’re having a hard time — I got $5 million worth of negative ads coming at me,” the Virginia congressman said.
After waking up and watching Netflix for seven hours straight, one man is heading to rehab to deal with his addiction.
The proposed San Francisco facility was meant to keep people safe and alive, not cure their addictions.