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Study: Illness Caused by Synthetic Pot on the Rise

New research from the Colorado School of Medicine highlights the dangers of using synthetic marijuana, marketed under such brands as “Spice” or “K2.” The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, reports that in the la...

Study: Synthetic Pot May Lead to Strokes

The Huffington Post is reporting that a synthetic pot known as K2 (also known as "spice") may be causing strokes in healthy young adults.

Head Shop Owner Convicted for Dealing Synthetic Drugs

A federal court convicted a Minnesota head shop owner on several counts in a case brought against him for selling synthetic drugs such as Spice and K2. Jim Carlson sold synthetics from his shop Last Place on Earth in downtown Duluth, MN. Officials tried to p...

Synthetic Pot Sickens 150 in Denver, CDC Called In

On Monday a five-person team from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention arrived in Denver to investigate 150 people who are believed to have been sickened by synthetic marijuana in Colorado.

Crazy Clown Sends Eight to Hospital in Georgia

Warnings are being issued about a synthetic marijuana substitute called “Crazy Clown” after several people were hospitalized in Southeast Georgia last week. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is investigating the drug, which is available in smoke shops and ...

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