WASHINGTON — Are you a slave to your smartphone or tablet? Ever thought about what you’re giving up so you can spend time texting, checking Facebook and surfing the Internet? A recent story in The Washington…
“Everybody and anybody” is the new face of heroin, and when that face is your child, confronting the realities of drug abuse is much scarier. Two moms share their stories.
It\’s not uncommon for many who are recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction to become hooked on another substance: sugar.
Robin Williams also struggled with addiction and depression, and a psychiatrist says it\’s important to know that they are diseases, like any others.
Washington Post reporter Ruben Castaneda was on the fast track when
it came to both work and play.
Researchers are trying to determine how much time phone users spend engaged with their devices. And, a new app attempts to quantify why many have a \”phone jones.\”
Heroin use is on the rise in Maryland. The state is warning of heroin mixed with fentanyl, a
synthetic opioid that is 80 times more powerful than morphine, and perhaps
\”hundreds of times more powerful than heroin.\”
Dr. Drew Pinsky, an expert on addiction, weighs in on the arrest of pop star Justin Bieber.
Just how addictive are high-fat/high sugar foods? New research takes a closer look.
New research reportedly shows that high fructose corn syrup can trigger
similar to the actions accompanying a drug habit.
Unwanted and expired medications can be dropped off at six Fairfax County police stations from May 27 to June 1.
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