A promising new vaccine goes after heroin as soon as it hits the bloodstream, negating the effect of the hit, and (hopefully) keeping addicts from a full-on backslide.
Articles tagged "drugs"
Replacing the terror war with the drug war is going to be a rather difficult task.
We don't know much. But we know that they're here.
The question is who would the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies include. Would its prospective Pentagon collaboration be confined to those with boots on the ground, or would it open things up to drone pilots?
Don't consider yourself a junkie? Think again.
Even on the Tor network, not everything is hard-edged crime, drug deals, and cyber fugitives.
The latest count shows that nearly one in five American boys has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. Seems excessive, doesn't it?
Kind makers are forgoing the patchouli-vibes of the token head shop, exchanging specs for what any sly, self-respecting stoner will tell you are essentials in the tacklebox of life.
Balko, an investigative reporter for the Huffington Post, was kind enough to answer some questions about how our police turned into soldiers
They probably are wherever you live, too.
It's part hooliganism, part street justice, part public shaming, and all fucked.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known simply as "el Chapo," changed why and how drugs are muled across borders. He is legend. And he was maybe just gunned down along the Mexico-Guatelama border.
But for now it hasn't. Maybe.
Brazilian police are cracking down on drugs and crime in the run up to the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The program stands to forever alter Rio's famed slums. Photographer Raphael Fabrés is documenting the complicated effort.
It's Tuesday goddamn morning, you're staring at a screen, your eyes burn, and that coffee isn't working. Maybe this will help?
Could deer antlers become the next rhino horns?
Turns out locking people away for drug offenses runs up quite a tab. Who knew, right? But just in case, this slick new video infographic drives it home.
War and Drugs author Dessa K. Bergen-Cico on war's custom-made addictions.