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Marijuana is roughly 114 times less deadly than alcohol, according to recent findings published in the journal Scientific Reports.
Istanbul Police Department launched 55 operations against drug abuse across the city and detained around 200 people in the last ten days, Istanbul Narcotic Branch Office said on Monday in a press conference.
Psychedelic Renaissance: LSD, Ecstasy and Magic Mushrooms Are Helping People Face Death, Cope with Trauma and Quit Booze and Smokes
Four decades after the counter-culture’s widespread recreational use of hallucinogens led to criminalization, there's new interest in their therapeutic potential.
B.C.'s top health official says taking pure ecstasy can be "safe" when consumed responsibly by adults, despite warnings by police in Alberta and British Columbia about the dangers of the street drug after a rash of deaths.
If a growing phalanx of scientists get their way, prescriptions for psychedelic drugs could be yours within 10 years.
The 22nd annual Partnership Aptitude Tracking Study recorded a 67-percent jump from 2008 to 2010 in the number of teens who reported using ecstasy.
There is no evidence that ecstasy causes brain damage, according to one of the largest studies into the effects of the drug.
The recreational drug known as ecstasy may have a medicinal role to play in helping people who have trouble connecting to others socially, new research suggests.
The drug MDMA—better known by its street name, Ecstasy—may be illegal, but a new study suggests that it’s also a promising treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.