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What A Halloween
Cocaine-filled pumpkins seized at Trudeau Airport
MONTREAL - Call them crack-o-lanterns. Read More
Up In Smoke
Dangers of skunk weed must be reinforced
The drug is known to increase the risk of anxiety and paranoia amongst those who smoke it, 
resulting in an increasing number of referrals for mental health treatment.  
Why Russia's drinkers resist AA 
To American eyes, something important is missing from Russia's effort to fight alcoholism: a recovery movement built around a long, sustained support process that attacks addiction at its core and teaches people how to live a sober life. Read More
Shauna Shapiro knows the Art and Science of Mindfulness
A brilliant and clear summary of the whole field of mindfulness research and clinical applications. --Jack Kornfield, PhD,. Read More
Joan Jett to star in movie set in AA
with Daryl Hannah, Tom Arnold and Shannen Doherty, Jett will play a California folk singer, who becomes friends with a sexy oddball couple at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Read More
Bridges Of Madison County
It's substance abuse folks
MADISON COUNTY - Wouldn't it be nice if more of our problems were simple? Read More
In Race for Boston Mayor, Former Addicts Back member of AA 
Mr. Walsh, 46, a state representative who still attends A.A. meetings after 18 years of sobriety. Read More
Bill W.
All 72 images in The Bill W. Collection are available on a to Lease-to-Buy basis. You may lease any of the photographs from 90 ninety days up to a year for your home, office, recovery clubhouse or treatment center. Read More
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Medical Studies
Alcohol and Cancer Risk  
More than 100 epidemiologic studies have looked at the association between alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer in women. Read More
David Arquette breaks sobriety, talks with Howard Stern
Actor David Arquette shocked Howard Stern fans on Wednesday by drunk calling the shock jock's live radio show. Read More
Jonathan Rhys Meyers opens up about sobriety battle
"The Tudors" star struggled with alcohol issues for several years, checking into rehab on several occasions since 2005. His breaking point came when he was rushed to the hospital after being found slumped at his London home by paramedics in 2011. Read More
Alcoholism reportedly rising with women
"The new face of alcoholism unfortunately, is my face. And it is a very different look, professional, educated and getting into trouble and I'm not alone," said Ann Dowsett Johnston.  See Video
Are YOU an 'Oblivion Drinker'? 
It's the chilling new term for middle-class women using alcohol to blot out the stress of trying to be perfect.  Read More
Red ribbons promote drug-free lifestyle
'What's Red Ribbon Month? What's that all about?' Really our message is we want to promote a healthier you, and a healthier you is drug-free."
Red Ribbon Week is the nation's oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Read More
ASAM Releases New Treatment Criteria, Modernizing Care for Addictive Disorders
Individuals with addiction often receive care that is outdated, inappropriate or does not meet their needs. Read More
Alcoholic Anonymous
AA celebrates recovery at weekend conference in Cornwall
The 66th annual Fall Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Conference with al-anon participation is coming to Cornwall, offering help and a better way of life for recovering alcoholics, their families and friends. Read More
Law Enforcement
Florida Cops Made Millions Dealing Cocaine
Police there aren't actually taking drugs off the street, unlike regular sting operations. Read More
In The News
Pregnant woman arrested after disclosing  drug-use history in prenatal visit
Asked to detail her medical history, Beltran admitted a past struggle with the painkiller Percocet. But that was all behind her. Read More
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