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Exclusive Interview: NFL Hall of Famer Charles Haley Discusses Life with Bipolar Disorder

For nearly two decades, NFL Hall of Famer Charles Haley made headlines not only for his professional football abilities, but also for being a bad boy. A beast, in fact. But in his new book, Fear No Evil: Tackling Quarterbacks and Demons on My Way to the Hall of Fame, he squashes rumors and...

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Exclusive Interview: Miss USA Using Platform to Speak About Military Suicide, PTSD

Active duty soldiers at risk for suicide and veterans coming home from war with PTSD have a new ally: Miss USA Deshauna Barber. And if she happens to wins Miss Universe, she’ll be advocating for them on a global stage. Barber serves as a commander in the Army Reserves, making her the first soldier...

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It’s Official: Prescription Drug Addiction Has Reached Epidemic Proportions

The moment that the number of individuals dying every year due to prescription drug overdoses surpassed the number of people dying in motor vehicle crashes in the same period, the prescription drug addiction issue was officially identified as an epidemic. However, this was not an epidemic that appeared overnight; it was a problem that...

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Drug Use in Pop Culture Infographic

It’s hard to glance at a magazine cover in the grocery store without seeing a headline about so-and-so celebrity in rehab. You also hear references to alcohol or drugs in popular music, even if now you don’t even notice. Are these references really as prevalent as we think? Look at where substance references are...

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Rangers’ Josh Hamilton to Have Addiction Accountability Partner

Josh Hamilton has come a long way in his struggle against drug and alcohol addiction, and while the Rangers are welcoming him back with open arms, they expect him to stay on track, too. To that end, he intends to have an “addiction accountability” partner with him to help him make good choices no...

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Blagojevich Requests Rehab Prior to Serving Prison Sentence

Rob Blagojevich, the former Illinois governor, who was convicted of federal corruption charges, requested a rehab stay prior to the start of his prison sentence. His lawyers made this request on his behalf, the Associated Press reports. In response to his lawyers’ request, Judge James Zagel, a US District Court Judge, agreed to recommend...

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SNL’s Darrell Hammond Divulges the Facts of His Crack Addiction in a New Book

Following a long line of Saturday Night Live (SNL) comedians to come clean about their past drug use, Darrell Hammond speaks extremely candidly about a substance abuse problem that culminated with a crack addiction in his new book, God, If You’re Not Up There, I’m F***ed. The autobiography goes into shocking and graphic detail...

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Adored Historical Figures Who Needed Help

When considering some of the greatest historical figures and their contributions to the world, we rarely let our minds wander to their personal lives and trials. Like every other human being, these talented people had strengths and weaknesses in their character, and they fell into addictive habits, as well. Here’s a list of some...

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Galliano Testifies about Alcohol Addiction, Valium Addiction

The ongoing public insult trial of Galliano has drawn attention from viewers around the world, and in the latest installment of the drama, the accused is developing a case to justify his racist slurs: Valium addiction and alcoholism due to the death of his partner and the pressure of his job at Dior. According...

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Mike DeStefano Draws on Drug Addiction for New Comedy Show

Last Comic Standing star Mike DeStefano talked about his past with drug addiction and drug rehab in almost every episode of the show’s latest season. He’s continuing his good example of success in drug addiction recovery with a new one-man show: Drugs, Disease and Death: A Comedy. In the show, he talks about his...

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Michael Jackson Fans Fight Autopsy TV Show

A TV show depicting a fictional re-enactment of Michael Jackson’s autopsy after his drug overdose is planned for 2011 on the Discovery Channel – and many fans are furious, according to TMZ. A petition has been circulating in an effort to get the show removed from next year’s lineup, because fans believe the premise...

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