John Doran speaks to Joe Mellen about the importance of expanding your consciousness.
A Columbia University psychiatry professor talks about what he's learned from trying the drug himself and studying it over the years.
Puerto Rico is edging away from its notoriously harsh marijuana laws, and activist groups are leading the way.
Off-label use of SSRIs has proven a promising treatment for premature ejaculation, but not all doctors are convinced taking them to last longer is a good idea.
Conviction figures released exclusively to VICE under the Freedom of Information Act reveal all sorts about the way the UK trades in drugs. We look at the reasons why black people are represented so disproportionately.
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bailly basically said that can happen.
We spoke to five guys about their decision to abstain from alcohol, drugs and casual sex.
According to the Prison Officers Association, one guard who believed he was exposed to the synthetic cannabis "spent the night tearing at the top of his head".
Cocaine and booze, MDMA and K, GHB and mephedrone – we asked some experts to run us through the risks of various drug combinations.
Jan 27, 2016
What would John Stewart Mill say about weed? Are psychedelics OK if they expand your mind? And are drugs morally a bad thing? We asked an expert.
Everyone hates Martin Shkreli, he's under investigation for price-gouging, and he's been arrested for fraud. But he still wants you to know he's the good guy.
Asking sellers, police and experts why no one seems to kick up much of a fuss about the importation of "magic truffles", legal in Holland but a class A in the UK.
A Facebook fan page with 615,000 followers is the narco's ultimate enemy in Tamaulipas, Mexico, but the dangers posed to activist administrators, and those around them make every post a risk.
As well as the ones they definitely want to remain illegal.
Two case studies in different areas of the UK demonstrate that a blanket ban on all psychoactive substances isn't going to have nearly the kind of effect the Home Office believes it will.
The war in Eastern Ukraine threatens to create a boom in HIV infection
What now for banned alkyl nitrites? Good question, let's speculate.
But, like: does it? Actually?
Tracking how the trade of drugs in clubs has shifted over the past 20 years.
Police have found cocaine in Kinder Eggs and weed in carrots.
Do you fit into this neat list of British drug users?
Colourful pills have been replaced with gel-caps, but despite what some people think, that doesn't mean the drug has gotten any purer or safer.
As drug cartels continue to change their trafficking routes to evade interference by authorities, enforcement agencies are struggling to keep up.
It's pretty much as intense as you would expect.