Government Minister Resigns over Delay in Help for Gambling Addicts

15 November 2018

The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Sport and Civil Society, Tracey Crouch MP, has resigned her ministerial post f...

No Help for Thousands More – Addiction Treatment Access Falls Again

13 November 2018

On 1st November 2018, Public Health England released their annual alcohol and drug treatment statistics. The Nationa...

The Cannabis Experiment at The Drugs Café – Harmless or Reckless?

01 November 2018

Channel 4 has long been known for commissioning programmes that break boundaries. Programmes that entertain and shock an...

Is Smartphone Addiction Dumbing Us Down?

29 October 2018

Stan Beer, co-founder of IT Wire, thinks smartphones are regressive – he says we’re becoming increasingly addicted t...

Chemsex – the Drugs and Sex Subculture in the Gay Community

26 October 2018

Brian Paddick, the former deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan police, have spoken out movingly about the d...

Addiction, Loneliness and Recovering our Deepest Human Need

21 October 2018

There’s an epidemic of loneliness. 55,000 people completed a detailed survey in the BBC’s Loneliness Experiment, mak...

A Prescription for Addiction – Opioids and Chronic Pain in the UK

17 October 2018

Millions of people in Britain take strong prescription drugs for chronic pain – but are opioids actually effective...

A Cure for Cocaine Addiction? It’s a Question of Science Versus Nature

15 October 2018

Scientists say gene therapy could eradicate cravings for cocaine and prevent overdose. Is their discovery really a c...

World Mental Health Day 2018 – stories of young people with a dual diagnosis

10 October 2018

Today is World Mental Health Day and this year’s theme could not be more important – “Young People and Mental Heal...

The Tragic Death of Cranberries’ Frontwoman – Accidental Drowning Due to Alcohol Intoxication

01 October 2018

Cranberries lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan, drowned accidentally due to alcohol intoxication, coroner Shirley Radc...

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