Smart phones, tablets, laptops – with so much technology at our fingertips it’s sometimes difficult to set it aside. Some of your family or friends may seem even addicted to tech.
When renowned actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York apartment Sunday, he reportedly had a syringe in his arm and dozens of envelopes of what is believed to be heroin in his home.
A coroner says ‘Glee’ actor Cory Monteith died of an overdose of heroin and alcohol.
It’s National Scrabble Day!
Imagine a world without Facebook, Twitter, or text messages. If it’s a nightmarish thought, you’re like most people aged 18-25 who are hopelessly addicted to something worse than alcohol or tobacco.
Video games used to be known as child’s play. But now, more and more adults are getting hooked, sacrificing their jobs, families, and friends and spending all their time online.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is developing a reputation of turning down money from outside sources. The latest comes after the maker of OxyContin offered up $1 million to help pay for a prescription drug database.
There are new numbers that show just how addicted we have become to Facebook.