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A Columbine shooting survivor was found dead in his home in what his family said was a lost battle with addiction
Austin Eubanks, 37, was found dead at his home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on Saturday during a welfare check.
Solitaire has been a staple of digital gaming since 1990. We asked scientists to explain why we find the game so addictive.
2 Connecticut politicians started feuding in the comments section of a local blog, then challenged each other to a public drug test in a urinalysis sh...
The two officials both took urine tests following several days of insulting one another's intelligence and accusing each another of being on drugs.
Charlie Sheen says he decided to get sober the day after he was too drunk to drive his daughter to an appointment
The former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen opened up in an interview on Thursday about his sobriety, and the moment he hit rock bottom.
We just got the first clear evidence that some people are using Juul e-cigarettes to cut back on smoking
Juul has undergone a makeover as it works to position itself as a serious alternative to smoking. A new study suggests some adults are using the devices to cut back on cigarettes.
Tobacco giant Reynolds just rolled out berry and cream nicotine lozenges as it faces new pressure from Juul for smokeless products
Sold in four flavors, the lozenges are the first new product the company has launched on a wide commercial scale since the Vuse e-cigarette in 2013.
Smartphones and social media may be changing the way our brains work.
Demi Lovato deactivated her Twitter after facing backlash over comments about rapper 21 Savage being taken into ICE custody
Demi Lovato said that she enjoyed memes about 21 Savage's surprise British heritage on Twitter. People pushed back, bringing up her recent overdose.
The new study suggests certain genes are damaged from heavy drinking that produce certain proteins, and these changes can lead us to want to drink more.
A fire chief in West Virginia helped change her city’s approach to the opioid epidemic. Now overdoses in her county are down 40%.
In a recent TEDWomen talk, West Virginia fire chief Jan Rader detailed new initiatives in her city meant to cut down on opioid overdoses and deaths.