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Category: Drug News

Research Study: Drug Addiction Is Sending More Children To Foster Care

Nathan Yerby ❘

A recent study has shown that the number of children who have lost their parents to drug addiction has increased in the past two decades.

Phenibut Supplement: Potential Benefits And Risks For Addiction

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Phenibut is not legitimate medication and it hasn't been thoroughly studied. Learn about the possible risks of phenibut and how it could be addictive.

Drug Traffickers Are Increasingly Mixing Fentanyl Into Cocaine

Nathan Yerby ❘

Drug traffickers are lacing cocaine with fentanyl to create highly addictive products. Learn more about this growing, dangerous trend.

Illinois Legalizes Recreational Marijuana, Overturns Cannabis Convictions

Nathan Yerby ❘

Illinois is the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana. Find out more about the State's new rules for marijuana and marijuana-offenders.

E-Cigarette Sales To Be Banned in San Francisco, Juul’s Headquarters

Nathan Yerby ❘

San Francisco, the home of the largest e-cigarette company in America, is now the first city to ban the sale of e-cigarettes.

Authorities Confiscate 16 Tons Of Cocaine From Cargo Ship In Philadelphia

Nathan Yerby ❘

The largest cocaine bust in U.S. history just happened in Philadelphia. Learn more about how a cargo ship inspection uncovered $1 billion worth of cocaine.

Evidence Of Ancient Cannabis Use Found In China

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

In ancient caves located in western China, researchers have found evidence of cannabis use by humans at least 2,500 years ago.

Denver First In Nation to Decriminalize Psilocybin Mushrooms

Jena Hilliard ❘

Denver will become the first city in the United States to effectively decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms, the hallucinogen also known as “shrooms.”

Purdue Pharma and Sackler Family Settle Opioid Lawsuit for $270M

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Purdue Pharma and the Sacklers reached a settlement with Oklahoma totalling $270 million. The state claims the company caused thousands of Opioid deaths.

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