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Psychedelic Science: Online Courses Start May 7

While some of us have a sadistic admiration for the recreational horrors surrounding psychedelics, others are more interested in their medicinal magic, which some studies have found to be effective in treating various health conditions from depression to post-traumatic st...

The Clinic: Marijuana Changes the Brain, But for Better or Worse?

Does marijuana use change your brain? Longtime enthusiastic users and government-funded scientists both say yes, but they tend to disagree on whether or not this is a good thing.

Maryland Governor Signs Marijuana Reform Measures Into Law

Democrat Governor Martin O’Malley this week signed legislation significantly reforming Maryland’s cannabis laws.

Attorney General Eric Holder Optimistic About Legal Weed

Attorney General Eric Holder admits it is difficult to forecast if marijuana will be legalized across the United States within the next ten years, but he is “cautiously optimistic” about the climate of the recreational marijuana industry in Colorado and Washin...

Taliban Attack 'Hashish Festival'

Nearly 108 tribesmen from Pakistan's remote northwestern borderlands were abducted by presumed Taliban militants April 12 from a mela (festival) where local hashish merchants were displaying and sampling their wares.

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