Orphaned baby bear lost in Lake Tahoe after facility escape
California wildlife officials suspect the 13-month-old black bear—which has been missing for five days—may have gone into hiding.
Campaign to rehabilitate Prince Andrew is "just getting weird"
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast looks at new developments in the long road towards Prince Andrew's reportedly desired comeback.
"I never gave up on her": Miracle Basset Hound loses an eye to beat cancer
Although all the odds were against her, Flynn is now living her best life with her mom, who never gave up on her.
Caitlyn Jenner says Kanye's antisemitism "has no part" in MAGA, urges rehab
"As someone knowing him for years, in my family, I pray for him struggling with mental illness," Jenner tweeted of her former son-in-law.
Man in Solitary Confinement for 15 Years Reveals Hobby That Changed Life
Jamala Taylor, 50, spent 31 years behind bars—but an unlikely pastime led to both his unexpected freedom and his extraordinary transformation.
'Jackass' Star Bam Margera Found After Escaping Rehab for Second Time
Margera has twice attempted to leave his court-ordered rehab treatment without permission in the last two weeks.
America's Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers 2022
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Baby Raccoons Orphaned After Mom Got Caught and Dumped 10 Miles Away
An Ohio woman found the raccoons nesting in her ceiling and proceeded to separate the mom from the babies instead of calling for help
How to Stop Drinking Alcohol for Good
Long-term heavy drinking can cause serious physical and mental health problems. If you're looking to quit, here health experts outline how to give up alcohol.
Makayla Noble Walks for First Time Since Accident Using Exoskeleton
The Texas cheerleader who was paralyzed six months ago said she had "the best day since my accident!" after walking again.
Jenna Jameson Says Ongoing Illness Has Been Physically, Mentally Taxing
Former adult film star Jenna Jameson, 47, has revealed that she is slowly getting her strength back after months of battling a mystery illness.
Treatment Center Founder: Why Executives Struggling With Addiction Deserve
Addiction doesn't get off the elevator before the C-suite floor.
Yoga Exercises for COVID Recovery, According to Experts
Looking to get back into fitness after a COVID-19 infection? Yoga can be a great place to start your return to exercise by working on your breathing.
Jenna Jameson Shares Photo of Herself Using Walking Frame Amid Health Woes
Former adult film star Jenna Jameson, 47, stated that she is "getting stronger" as she continues to battle a mystery illness.
Orphaned Bear Filmed Rolling Around in Snow at New York Rescue Center
The rescue center said the bears had been reluctant to leave the warmth of their dens previously.
Paralyzed Teen Makayla Noble Hopes To Walk Across Stage at Her Graduation
"Whether that's with a machine or my family helping me, I have that in my brain and I'm going to do that one way or another," the 17-year-old cheerleader said.
Husband Slammed For Forbidding Wife From Job Rehabilitating Male Convicts
A recent study found that within three years of their release, two out of three former prisoners were rearrested, and 50 percent reincarcerated.
'I Became Friends With The Man Who Robbed Me'
In 2019, Mark sent me some Christmas presents, and then for Christmas 2020, he brought me a really pretty necklace and I bought him a pair of slippers, two t-shirts and a jumper.
'I Had A Brain Hemorrhage at 23 And Was Told I'd Never Walk Again'
I was told that medically I shouldn't have survived the hemorrhage, let alone have a chance of recovering.
Delonte West Stats and Standouts
West had expressed a desire to return to the NBA since leaving the league back in 2012.
Biden Says Justice and Prison Systems Should Focus On 'Rehabilitation'
Former Vice President Joe Biden said both the U.S. justice and prison systems "should turn into a rehabilitation system, not into just punishment," during a Tuesday interview.
Scammers Are Luring People with Substance Use Disorders into Fake Programs
In at least five states last year, fraudulent treatment groups billed insurance companies for hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of non-existent treatment.
Turning Prisoners Into Programmers
A Silicon Valley manager discovered the immense pool of tech talent inside America's prison system—and tech's potential to help prisonsers start a new life upon release.
How to Choose the Right Treatment Center
What are the most important questions to ask when you're ready to face your addiction?
'Flip or Flop' Star to Open Drug Rehabilitation Centers
"Everyone's been there. Everyone's had a setback, but it's how you move forward and what you do with your future, that's what matters."
Should Sex Offenders be Banned From Social Media?
The top court unanimously ruled against a North Carolina law that prevented sex offenders from using sites such as Snapchat and Twitter, but left the door open to some type of restrictions.
Has Putin Condemned Crimean Junkies to Death?
For those being treated for drug addiction, the Russian invasion meant a death penalty.