Scientists monitored human waste from 60 million people in 37 countries to discover how the world gets high.
A new study demonstrates the ways that pharmaceutical runoff could travel up the food-chain.
Police in dozens of Chinese cities are sifting through human waste to track narcotics rings and drug programs.
A study from the UK shows, yet again, how our antibiotics are failing. That, and British beaches are gross.
Employees said sewage was "covering the floors" of the headquarters in DC.
In certain parts of Australia, data on drug usage is to be leveraged against the poor.
Hammers, toothbrushes, and false sets of teeth—it all ends up in the same place.
"Levels of sewage that have been released into the environment in Rio is so high that the likelihood of infection is imminent."
We checked out all the sewage being poured into the Saint Lawrence River because #flushgate is real.
The untreated ass ham, sourced from residences, businesses, and hospitals, will make its way to the river's southern shore beginning October 18.
Seattle's tourism board wants to boycott the scenic Vancouver Island city, which still dumps its raw sewage into the ocean.
Luckily the level of dookie molecules in the water was relatively low.