September 24, 2017  Last Update: December 21, 2016, 11:10 pm

Adderall: Mommy’s New Little Helper

Adderall prescriptions for US women between 26 and 39 years old increased 750% between 2002 and 2010. Are mother’s abusing Adderall as “mommy’s little helper” so they can “have it all”?

Mom Encourages Toddler to Hit Bong – Mom Arrested

A 24 year old Mom and a 25 year old Dad are in jail after video surfaced showing 22 month old toddler gladly taking a hit from Mom’s glass bong.

Painkillers Cause Headaches?

Medication Overuse Headache (MOH) is the headache you get from headache medicine. Apparently it’s common: half of all cases of chronic daily headache are attributed to MOH.

Glaxo SmithKline Guilty: $3 Billion Fine for Wellbutrin, Others

Updated: GlaxoSmithKline has admitted guilt in a landmark case involving misleading marketing claims, bribes, improper rebating, and failure to report safety issues. They’ve been fined $3 Billion. The details are amazing.

Deaths in Canada linked to PMMA mixed in Ecstasy

Party goers should be extra wary of what they put in their mouths, especially when they think it’s ecstasy. Deadly paramethoxy-metamphetamine (PMMA) was a common factor in five ecstasy-related deaths in the past six months. Dozens more deaths were linked to PMMA around the world.

Younger Brother Eats 1oz of Cocaine Hidden in Brothers’ Butt, and Dies

Big Brother had 2 strikes already when he got busted along with Little Brother. He then convinced Little Bro to eat the ounce of cocaine he had hidden in his behind, to save him from jail time. Guess what happened next.

Are 20% of Methadone Patients Still Using?

A new study out of Canada suggests nearly 20% of methadone maintenance patients are simultaneously taking additional opioid medications prescribed by physicians, according to benefit transaction records.

Addiction is a Lonely and Terrifying Place to Be

The rock n’ roll lifestyle took its toll on Duff McKagan, former bassist for Guns N’ Roses. Now the musician-turned-writer is speaking out on drug and alcohol abuse, with a “tell all” book.

Age 13 – 29 : the “Deformative Years”

According to SAMHSA reports, your son is likely to try drugs at age 13, but if he develops a substance abuse problem, he won’t seek first treatment until he’s 29. Welcome to the “deformative years”