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Bodies jiggle. It's what they do. Last week, body-positive blogger Kate Speer uploaded a video to Instagram—and then she took it down.

A new study finds that college students with disabilities binge drink more often than their non-disabled student peers.

Lugging emotional pain around gets mighty tiresome! Sure, it’s comforting to hang on to the pain because then I can blame someone else for how badly I’m feeling.

Many of us find internet pornography an awkward topic to discuss at all, let alone with our children.

Another study is touting the benefits of yoga—this time, for people with back problems.

Liz Cohen remembers the exact moment she gave in to heroin. Sitting in a rundown motel room with her boyfriend and starting to feel the intense pains of withdrawal, she says she begged him to get her more drugs.

Three weeks after he was arrested for driving under the influence, Tiger Woods said Monday night that he is seeking help for the way he handles medication for his chronic back problems and for a lifelong sleeping disorder, a striking admission from the 14-time major champion golfer in the week before he is due to host his Washington-area PGA Tour stop.

Carrie Fisher's full autopsy was released on Monday, and it showed that the actress had cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in her system after suffering a massive heart attack December 23, days before her death.

If a Colorado dad gets his way, kids with smartphones may have to BRB and TTYL.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has announced a partnership with private entities on a three-faceted scientific initiative to address the opioid crisis.

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