As marijuana is increasingly legal and available in edible forms, the number of cases of pets and marijuana poisoning is growing at a worrying pace.
Back in June, the FDA approved Epidiolex as the first marijuana-based medication in the United States. As of November, it is available across the U.S.
Back in April, we warned of a growing synthetic marijuana outbreak. Now, another strain has struck in Connecticut and caused 100 overdoses.
A new synthetic marijuana outbreak has taken to the streets. It isn't illegal, and it won’t show up on a drug test, but there is a huge downside.
There is a long-lasting and significant relationship between drugs and music. Drug use is very common in the music industry, and many popular songs glamorize it. Unfortunately, this can lead to more and more listeners, especially young ones, to try or continue drug abuse, potentially putting them at risk of addiction.
While marijuana has been consumed medicinally and recreationally for thousands of years, recent decades have seen the invention and growing popularity of new, and potentially more dangerous and addictive methods of consumption, including vape pens, edibles, and dabs.
The rates of abuse of drugs on college campuses have more than tripled for some substances, leading to increased tolerance and possible addiction later on. Although many drugs are frequently used by college students, here are the 5 most commonly abused drugs on college campuses.
Spice, also known as “K2 or fake weed,” mimics the natural chemicals found in Marijuana but can cause several different side effects. In fact, 54 cases discovered in Illinois alone have reported severe bleeding from the chemicals released while ingesting Spice.