Drugs

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell asks, “who can God use?” The answer to that, she reveals, is anybody. She talks about how sometimes we might feel insecure about ourselves to the point where we feel like God can’t use us for his glory. We worry about where our parents come from, the […]

To know my friend Jimmy Rosemond is to understand why I jumped at the chance to be an executive producer on the 10 part docuseries about him by acclaimed director Don Sikorski, rightfully called Unjust Justice: The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes.

Eddie Murphy gets candid about his faith in God, avoiding drugs, and his hopes for an Oscar in a new interview on The Hollywood Reporter’s podcast “Awards Chatter.” The 55-year-old funnyman told THR about one wild night he spent with a few famous comedian friends who tried to give him cocaine. “Belushi and Robin Williams offered me […]

During Friday's edition on NewsOne Now, Jerrold Winter, Ph.D, Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the University of New York at Buffalo spoke with Roland Martin about pain management, opioid dependence and the true meaning of addition.

The source, who is unnamed, said it is not clear if the opioid "caused or contributed to the musician's death."

Two weeks after losing legendary singer Prince, authorities still haven’t determined his cause of death. But the musician’s personal chef told the Associated Press the icon was battling stomach and throat pain shortly before his passing. The singer, who died April 21, began requesting foods that were easier to digest, chef Ray Roberts told the AP. He […]

Prince‘s longtime lawyer, L. Londell McMillen, vehemently denied rumors that the artist was a drug abuser, arguing that he led a clean and healthy lifestyle, reports The Associated Press: McMillan told the news outlet in a phone interview Monday night that he “spoke to Prince the Sunday before he died, after it was reported that […]

The museum -- which is free to the public from April 19-21 -- will take place on Park Avenue during the United Nations General Assembly Meeting on the world drug problem.

The exhibition, dubbed “Taking the Stage,” will include the cover from his 1964 album “I Started Out as a Child” and an “I, Spy” comic book.

New drug reforms are slated to be presented to the United Nations in April.