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How the Government Reinforces America’s Biggest Legal Drug Threat

The government’s linguistic distinction to separate alcohol from drugs is obviously aimed at evoking a negative connotation of drugs and an acceptable one for alcohol, regardless of the latter’s devastating health outcomes.

New Research About Prenatal Exposure to Pot and Vision Proves Interesting

Research published by scientists from the University of Waterloo in Canada set out to determine the effects of prenatal drug exposure on vision of preschool children. They determined methamphetamine exposure does not affect visual function, motion perception was impaired...

Ecuador Moves to Decriminalize All Illegal Drugs

Convinced that prohibition of marijuana, or even cocaine, is not the solution to curbing addiction rates or fighting against the black market drug trade, lawmakers in Ecuador have proposed a historic piece of legislation aimed at decriminalizing all illegal drugs.&nb...

Synthetic Marijuana Spurs Sharp Rise in Emergency Room Visits

In the past month, a dramatic nationwide increase of hospital visits and deaths has been linked to synthetic marijuana, commonly known as Spice or K2.

From BHO to Xanax: Artist Drew 45 Self-Portraits On Different Drugs

In an epic marathon of drug-fueled creativity, visual artist Bryan Lewis Saunders recreated his own self-portrait forty-five times -- each one on a different drug -- to "profoundly affect [his] perception of self." 

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