Facebook Spread the Myth That Touching Fentanyl Makes You Overdose, Study Finds
There are real-world consequences to misleading stories about the powerful opiate.
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Global Drug Body Recommends 20 Ways to Improve the Cannabis Industry
A report from the International Drug Policy Consortium warns that legal markets have been captured by corporations and are not set up to redress harms brought on by the war on drugs.
The Drug Trade Can Help People In War Ravaged Countries, Says Report
The study shows that, while also destructive and dangerous, the drug trade can support entire regions and help to pay for local infrastructure.
Scientists Say Lithium Should Be Added to Drinking Water to Prevent Suicides
A new study published in the 'British Journal of Psychiatry' finds a link between lithium in drinking water and lower suicide levels
15-Year-Old Admits to Supplying Fatal Ecstasy Pills to a 13-Year-Old
The tragic case reflects a rise in children using and selling Class A drugs.
What the EncroChat Busts Tell Us About Organised Crime in Europe
The continent's gangland is taking a massive hit after its encrypted messaging system was hacked by police.
How London Has Changed Over 25 Years, Through the Eyes of a Drug Dealer
Eric survived a tough childhood to run cocaine sales in a string of north London pubs and bars. Along the way, he's seen the capital transformed by gentrification and new drug cultures. This is his story.
How the War on Drugs Enables Police Brutality Against Black People
The authorities have used drugs as a pretext and justification for ultra-violence against Black people for over a century.
These Are the Dumbest Drug Moments of the Last 100 Years
From hippies attempting to levitate the Pentagon to the ‘10-Guy’ meme, here’s our list of the stupidest drug-related incidents of the last century.
Inside the Drug Rehab for the World's Super-Rich
Paracelsus Recovery is the most exclusive rehab in the world, attracting A-listers, royalty and people worth more money than entire countries.
In the 2010s, Getting High Became Even More Profitable and Terrifying
At the beginning of the decade, the online drug trade opened its floodgates. At the end, U.S. cities started decriminalizing magic mushrooms. This is how the last ten years turned the illegal drug industry upside down.
It’s Official: VICE's Reporting Makes Readers Take Drugs More Safely
A study found that a VICE headline about fake MDMA encouraged people to test their drugs.