treatment

Drugs

A Melbourne Hospital Will Trial Magic Mushroom Therapy for Dying Patients

Australia's first shroom trial is set to take place at St Vincent's Hospital in April.
Gavin Butler
1.16.19
treatment

What an Addiction Doctor Wants You to Know About Treating Addiction

Some advice on how best to support your loved ones.
Shayla Love
12.5.18
DOPESICK NATION

I Use My Own Rehab Stories to Help People Get Treatment for Opioid Addiction

It's a struggle to balance your own sobriety with a high-stress, triggering job in the opioid treatment industry.
Sarah Bellman
11.11.18
Drugs

Here Comes the Legal Case for Medicinal Psychedelics

BC therapist Bruce Tobin is striving to give end-of-life cancer patients magic mushrooms in a clinical setting.
Sarah Berman
10.18.18
Health

I Need to Quit Hair Loss Drugs Before They Kill Me

Thirteen years of fighting baldness has cost so much.
Julian Morgans
4.27.18
Drugs

Why Drugs Cause Women More Harm

Fewer women use drugs than men, but more are dying as a result of substance misuse.
Emily Goddard
10.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Australians Are Seeking Ice Treatment in Record Numbers

It's now the second most-treated addiction in Australia, after alcohol.
Maddison Connaughton
6.28.17
Tonic

A Medieval Cow Bile Stew Could Teach Us How to Fight Modern Infections

Ancient texts may be more valuable to researchers than we thought.
Olga Oksman
5.21.17
Stuff

Meet the Parents Medicating Their Kids With Weed on 'WEEDIQUETTE'

Watch the first episode of 'WEEDIQUETTE' on SBS VICELAND, where we meet families using hyper-potent weed oil to treat their children's life-threatening cancer.
VICE Staff
11.16.16
Stuff

Heroin, Psychedelics, and PTSD: The People Who Self-Medicate with Illegal Drugs

According to a number of studies, around two-thirds of problematic drug users report childhood physical or sexual abuse. These figures need to be taken seriously.
JS Rafaeli
11.9.16
Narcomania

The Drug Users Taking Advantage of the UK's New Lenient Policing Policies

Two British police forces have started referring people caught with a personal amount of drugs to educational workshops rather than sending them to court.
Max Daly
10.20.16
Stuff

What It Was Like Being a Test Subject in One of the Earliest LSD Experiments

Doctors and nurses in the province used to be tripping out all the time. Now years later, LSD as medicine could be back.
Geraldine Malone
3.22.16
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