Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast.

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5 Videos Of Cute Animals To Get You Through This Week: August 19

This week's column features a very unusual animal, a bunch of kitties and different kinds of playful and adorable dogs.

How To Tell If Your Vape Pen May Be Harmful

It's good practice to steer clear of any vape product if there is any mention of “artificial” or “enhanced with terpenes” on the label.

Men Wanting To Improve Sexual Function And Desire? Grab Some Nuts

While some improvements were found in sexual categories, scientists found no physical evidence nuts do anything for sex.

How To Ensure Your Online Passwords Haven’t Been Stolen

Updating passwords regularly is not a habit that most of us maintain, but it's one that has become necessary with so many data breaches.

A Breakdown Of Mike Tyson’s $40K A Month Weed Habit

Mike Tyson's weed habit is more a product of sharing and caring within Tyson Ranch than personal consumption.

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Study: Teen Vaping Leads To Subsequent Marijuana Use

Younger teens who vape are more susceptible to being rewired for subsequent marijuana use, due to their still developing and sensitive brains.

Feds Spent More On Marijuana Prohibition In 2018 Than Fighting Domestic Terrorism

The DEA spent $18 million eradicating illegal marijuana grows last year, though it allegedly doesn't know where most of the money went.

Nintendo’s Newest Pokémon Suspiciously Resembles A Bong

Nintendo should come out already and admit Galarian Weezing is a stoner Pokémon icon.

Using CBD Has Never Been More Popular For Americans

While younger demographics and those in Western states use CBD more, Americans across the nation are turning to CBD for myriad reasons.

Marijuana Once Helped Woody Harrelson Escape A ‘Brutal Dinner’ With Donald Trump

Two-years of persistence from Willie Nelson ended Woody Harrelson's cannabis abstinence. The actor tells Esquire about the day he returned to pot.

Why Recreational — Not Medical — Marijuana Access Reduces Opioid Overdoses

New research shows recreational marijuana laws reduce annual opioid deaths by 20-35%.