MAMMA — Mothers Advocating Medical Marijuana for Autism — doesn't want recreational weed. They just want relief.
The opioid crisis is often seen as a scourge of white rural areas and the Rust Belt, but among blacks and Latinos in the Bronx it has been a constant presence.
In Pakistan's Swat Valley, some families worried that the polio vaccine was a secretive method from the government to enforce birth control.
"In two decades of smoking weed, I've never seen anything that looks like that."
Opioid addiction is ravaging America’s farmland, tearing at communities and posing a new threat to families that have worked the same soil for generations.
A study shows that HIV treatment HAART gave a group of HIV-positive women a new lease on life — so much so that some of them quit using drugs and left their physically abusive partners.
Meet the skinheads, drug addicts, hustlers, sex workers and strange folk that call Atlantic City home.
Directors Ben Carey and Billy Linker deliver a full-frontal profile of the once-booming resort town on New Jersey’s Atlantic coast. Read more on NOWNESS - ht...
It was supposed to be a season in Eden, growing God's own herb in the California sunshine. But there's a rifle in the bedroom, bail money buried out back and a boss man getting more psycho by the hour.
The popularity of an odd cocktail preferred by hip-hop stars has lead to the rise of unlikely rap icons: promethazine codeine syrup manufacturers.
It’s not smoking. It’s platform-agnostic nicotine delivery solutions.
The median review time for drug approvals was 10 months in 2016, compared with 27 months in 1993.
As the Trump administration hints at a cannabis crackdown, state officials and industry leaders insist they won’t back away from the booming industry. “It’s business as usual.”
Conventional wisdom holds that people with autism don't get hooked on alcohol or other drugs, but new evidence suggests otherwise.
The story of John C Lilly, a search for extraterrestrial life, and some terrestrial non-human test subjects.
When Jeffrey Zucker needs to get a lot done at work, he eats half a weed gummy. Far from putting him at risk of a Maureen Dowd-level stupor, the 5-milligram dose of THC he gets gives him just a slight buzz that makes him more focused and creative, he says.
Scientists hope to use the finding to develop better psychiatric drugs.
And learned some dark shit in the process.
New research suggests that psilocybin-assisted therapy may lead to "God moments" that can have surprising upside for people struggling with addiction.
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