How far is the United States willing to go with the legalization of drugs? Will it stop at marijuana? Psilocybin?
More than 2 million Americans struggle with opioid use disorder, and about 130 people die every day from opioid overdoses.
As previous studies have demonstrated, positive first experiences with a drug could lead to more addictive behavior down the road.
According to new research, the average age of first trying drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana have all risen since 2004.
Hockey players are turning to cocaine and molly more than ever, showcasing nationwide trends in drug use.
Summer is a time of listless freedom, a dead zone of culture and news, and a period to gather with friends for lazy barbecue-filled afternoons. According to a new study, it’s also the season for experimenting with drugs.
A new report from the Global Commission on Drug Policy calls for the reclassification of illegal drugs such as cannabis, heroin, cocaine, and more to better reflect the current positions of scientific literature.
With all the good that cannabis does — and shows potential for — it’s no wonder that more seniors and baby boomers are either going back to pot or picking it up for the first time.
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