Earlier today, Demi Lovato was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after overdosing on drugs. Read on for all the details...
Two Canadian women in their twenties, who documented their lavish 68-day world cruise on Instagram only to later be caught smuggling more than $23 million worth of cocaine, have been sentenced in Australia and may not be getting out until long after Instagram is no longer cool.
Lamar Odom's year has seen a string of conflicting information about the embattled former NBA star's attempts at sobriety. And, according to several new reports, Odom is either stuck in a feedback loop of "endless partying," or has begun to settle down and pay more attention to his family. Read on for the latest...
According to reports from within the Vatican, Pope Francis has requested specifically to do cocaine during his upcoming trip to South America. But, in this case, the cocaine is perhaps not what you'd expect. What does that mean? Read on...to find out.
You would be hard-pressed to come up with anything that is more widespread and destructive in the United States today than heroin addiction. In June, Lifetime will explore one of the most common ways people find themselves trying heroin for the first time. Perfect High is a Lifetime original movie starring Bella Thorne as a suburban high school dancer who suffers a knee injury that requires that she take prescription painkillers. As is often the case, her use of painkillers soon turns to addiction, and heroin presents itself as a cheap alternative. Keep reading for more info about the movie (including photos), as well as some rather startling facts about heroin use in the US.
British college student Eloise Parry died at a hospital after doctors were helpless in preventing her from "literally burning up from within" because of blackmarket diet pills she ingested.