New York Knicks player JR Smith told reporters on Monday that he feels bad for letting friends and his fans down. Smith is in the middle of a five-game suspension after he failed a third drug test for pot.
The internet is teeming with claims regarding the use of zinc supplements as a strategy for thwarting drug tests. But is there any hard science to support these anecdotes? The answer is "yes" -- and "no."
Working out is good for you: this we all know. What you might not know is that immediately after exercising, pot smokers have higher THC levels in their blood: a "second hit" if you will.
A Republican-led effort to pass state bills that require drug testing for certain public assistance programs has cost three states over $200,000 and led to the capture of just 203 violators since 2011. On average, these states are spending about $1,000 per recipient to de...
drugs are a big problem throughout the NBA. And that pot is “ubiquitous” in the sport