As Kiwis continue to die, addicts like Tammara struggle to access the help they need.
Last year, we discovered all sorts of things about the ways in which humans consume narcotics, and with your help, we can do exactly the same for 2016.
Almost six months after the Psychoactive Substances Act, drugs such as spice are advertised on dark web markets.
The same approach used to regulate and manage legal marijuana in several states could be used to control knockoff weed.
Meet Karl Williams, a Londoner whose Dubai holiday basically went up in flames when he and his friends were arrested on drug charges in 2013.
A study released this week found that young people in Ireland are big into "new psychoactive substances." So we tried to work out why.
I started smoking synthetic cannabis after the real stuff stopped doing it for me. Four years later, I'm suffering from a weird, white blood cell-related illness supposedly triggered by certain cannabinoids.
Because of the way they dodge regulation, the rise of legal highs reveals the bare truth about the inevitable failure of global prohibition—and why the only way forward is to regulate psychoactive substances rather than reflexively criminalize them.
An annual analysis of European drug trends found that the purity and potency of illicit substances is on the rise, and that nearly a quarter of the EU’s population has gotten high at least once.