Almost half of American smartphone users “can’t imagine” life without their device, according to a series of new polls from Gallup. Here are some research-backed...
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"I'm so lucky to have found that right person for me"
The 18-year-old daughter of Queen of Versailles stars David and Jackie Siegel struggled with an addiction to prescription drugs, a family spokesperson said...
“I would have sold my mom for a rock of crack"
"Guide them to rehabilitation before it is too late"
The key is to foster a contemplative relationship with social media, rather than an addictive one
Tips from a former advertising insider
Largely based on findings in Australia, which removed branding from tobacco packaging two years ago
Go ahead and pour yourself another cup
A new federal report reveals holes in how we treat chronic pain
It's Frogger meets Flappy Bird
"Weight status is not just a symptom of willpower and education," a researcher says. "There may be psychological factors in play too"
Childhood rebellion comes in all shapes and sizes. For Jessica Soffer, her defiance was a series of small, bite-size acts her parents never knew about. Here, she...
"People should stand up and listen"
Nicotine, in any form, can prime the brain for harder drugs
We all know that junk food like pizza, ice cream, and soda is bad for our health, but is it also addicting? MoreThis Smartphone Nose Sniffs Out Meat Spoilage16...
Cheap crack pipes, free booze, and free heroin are part of a larger "harm reduction" approach to help addicts kick their habits—and it's working
As part of Twelve-Step programs, they act as support, friend, mentor, and advisor—but they're also former addicts and shouldn't be treated as experts
How Sean Rad and Justin Mateen took over single Millennials' phones.