All Sober compiles the best of the latest headlines. Here's your addiction and recovery news for the week of Feb. 12, 2024!
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The actor became a hero to many for his years of work on recovery initiatives and his candor about his own struggles with drugs and alcohol.
Many were surprised when one of comedy's biggest stars entered treatment for drug problems in 2020. He revisits his dark journey out of addiction in his new Netflix special, "Baby J."
For decades, studies claimed that some alcohol consumption carried health benefits, but a new analysis finds their methodology was often flawed. Other recent research concludes no amount of alcohol is safe.
The first-ever nonalcoholic beer ad during the big game debuts, while NFL players and performers raise addiction awareness. Here's what to watch for.
In the indie film "To Leslie," Andrea Riseborough goes to rock bottom and beyond. She's now in the running for a Best Actress Academy Award.
As even the notorious CNN New Year's Eve hosts plan to tone it down, here's a look at why more people are choosing to cut back or cut out alcohol use.
"Just make it normal, make it no big deal." Maeve O'Neill, our EVP of addiction and recovery, shared some advice with NBC News Now on how to brighten the holidays for your sober friends.
Make your festivities inclusive and inviting for sober loved ones! All Sober's Maeve O'Neill shares some tips on being a supportive sober ally and welcoming host.
More and more revelers are choosing to skip alcohol during the holidays, for any reason or no reason. All Sober's Maeve O'Neill gives advice on why and how to pass on a glass.
After 15 stints in rehab and, ultimately, two weeks in a coma, the actor felt grateful to survive and motivated to share his story in hopes of helping others.