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1. ‘Partying with Tina’ When your meth friends use the term “party,” they do not mean the act of going out for a night on the town. I felt pretty lame when – after a couple months of exchanging ‘partying’…

To anyone who understands, tries to or just can’t seem to: Like many addicts I have come to know and love in recovery, I have a story. It is most definitely my own, although some parts may be similar to…

If you’re human, chances are you have allergies. It’s estimated that at least 58 million people suffer from spring allergies; according to WebMD, about 55 percent of Americans test positive for one or more allergens. On top of all that,…

I am not a shy eater. Fried Dough? This one’s mine, go get your own. Pierogies? Yes, please. Donuts? Bring me the hole, too. Pizza? Half now, half for breakfast tomorrow. My relationship with carbs was historically a divine one,…

I’ve been trying to gather my thoughts on the recent outbreak of measles and the rise of the anti-vaccination craze. The world is a scary place, and the Internet is a big mess of opinions presented as truth, distorted facts,…

Almost everybody feels unusually tired or drained at times, and that’s normal. But could your lack of energy be a sign that something else is going on? Two possibilities for your weariness are fatigue and narcolepsy. You may have heard the…