The daytime TV host says America should completely change its policy on marijuana because 'it absolutely works.'
More than 2 million Americans struggle with opioid use disorder, and about 130 people die every day from opioid overdoses.
Neurologist Thorsten Rudroff says we need long-term studies and that there is a painful parallel between medical marijuana and the past and present situation with opioids.
If marijuana really is just medicine used by upstanding citizens, then why is it that this plant always seems to be associated with the dregs of society?
With the opioid crisis on the minds of communities and governing bodies all over the United States, a New York doctor shares how marijuana is impacting his patients and business.
A new report calls into question whether current criminalization of drug dealers actually makes a difference in reducing drug harm and violence.
A new study found that among the 30,000 overdoses reported in 2016 for people ages 12-21, 30% of cases involved prescription opioids.
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College students, a demographic that already struggles with mental health, is experiencing even more stress due to COVID.