Bootleg fentanyl from China has flooded the illicit opioid market in both the US and Canada.
As a kid, I was convinced that my mom and her friends had to carry around all sorts of magical items, plus a couple of bricks. I thought that was the law—in case they needed to save the world or something.
British nightlife is a beautiful free-for-all of internet drugs, Wavey Garms girls, illegal raving, and regretful sex. But to the American outsider, it can seem confusing.
As if doctors weren't already giving out ADHD medication like it's candy, now they literally can.
Following the death of a 17-year-old girl this weekend, police have warned that anyone who's taken a "MasterCard" pill should seek urgent medical attention.
He said it largely depends on the personality of the user and what they are going through before they take the drug.
Tracking how the trade of drugs in clubs has shifted over the past 20 years in the UK.
Read this open letter, signed by a number of prominent Australians, calling for pill testing at festivals.
Some believe "drug checking" stations, which test drugs for harmful substances, set up outside festivals could help curb the deaths.
Some advice that would have been more useful than: "You will die if you do drugs."
The pharmaceutical executive admits he's bowing to public pressure after Hillary Clinton hinted at new regulations for the drug industry.
Former hedge funder Martin Shkreli made headlines for jacking up the price of a medication dramatically. How can we stop price-gouging from happening?
I was prescribed Cymbalta at age 17. Years later, when I tried to get off the drug, the withdrawal I experienced was excruciating.
But they're also putting their strongest warning label on the package.
This afternoon, a key advisory committee for the Food and Drug Administration voted 18-6 to approve a drug called flibanserin, which advocates say could help women with a low or non-existent sex drive.
Thanks to the online drug markets and advances in chemistry, pills in Britain—and throughout Europe—have become extremely potent.
Fake antimalarial pills sold on the black market have helped create a drug resistant malaria strain. We look at who's selling them and the problems they're causing.
Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?
Peace, love, hugs, and jaw-clenching in a dark, sweaty basement.
Alex works in the central office of a non-disclosed national Australian bank as a lender. Until last year he was using ice at work. Here's how he did it.
If you're between 18 to 30 and like a few music-related Facebook pages, you may have seen an ad saying "Busted with possession or supply of drugs at Field Day? Call Sydney's best drug lawyers!"
Megg, Mogg, & Owl is a weekly comic by NYT bestseller, Simon Hansellman. In this thrilling episode, the characters are still in Amsterdam, high out of their minds (again).
Owl showed up to save Megg and Mogg, but it seems like they've saved themselves. Now they're back to being jerks.
They're cheap, they're legal, and they're easy to get a hold of. But how dangerous are drugs like Valium, Xanax, and Tramadol?