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Forget DARE, This Program Re-Imagines Youth Drug Education For The Internet...

By empowering teenagers with honest information and reality-based tools, the Drug Policy Alliance is changing the conversation of drug education in America.

Don’t Use Your Phone While High For This Reason, Warn Scientists

Being high and using smartphones leads to regrettable behavior in text messages, social media, and pictures. 

Americans Love Trying New Drugs In Summer, Says Science

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.

Is Canada About To Decriminalize All Drugs?

Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith recently introduced legislation that would repeal parts of federal laws that concern controlled substances in Canada.

Japan Says If You’re Addicted To Drugs, Just Eat Udon Instead

A recent advertisement showcases just how tone-deaf Japan can when dealing with drug problems despite being world leaders in various other categories.

Why The US Has Higher Drug Prices Than Other Countries

Why the U.S. can refocus its regulatory approach to pharmaceuticals, adapted from the one used in Europe, to better connect the value prescription drugs provide and their price.

This Shady Company Spread Opioids, Then Planned To Profit From Addiction...

Court documents released earlier this week show the offensive nature of which Big Pharma is hell bent on driving more Americans into the grips of addiction.

‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Jax Taylor Says Cannabis Saved His Life

Taylor told Men's Health that he might not be here today if it wasn't for his partner Brittany Cartwright urging him to use cannabis.

Rapper Jim Jones: The Door To The Weed Business ‘Won’t Be...

Jim Jones revealed why so many nontraditional investors and businesses are eager to find a spot in the cannabis industry.

5 Deadly Drugs The Government Says Are Safer Than Marijuana

In the DEA's own guide of drugs, marijuana is categorized as more dangerous than meth, fentanyl and many other deadly drugs.