Harm Reduction

Drugs

The Story Of How I Finally Quit Doing Cocaine

It’s not just because I’m tired of being a bloodsucking ghoul. In 2018, blow isn’t what it used to be.
Kitty Gray
9.12.18
Drugs

This Man Took 140 Drugs and Wrote a Harm Reduction Bible

We spoke to Dominic Milton Trott about 'The Honest Drugs Book'.
David Hillier
9.3.18
High Wire

These Drug Users Don't Want Their Dealer Prosecuted if They OD

"I love my friends and I love the people I hang out with and I don't want anybody going to jail because of my behavior."
Maia Szalavitz
8.20.18
Harm Reduction

Does Smoking Heroin Really Cause Brain Damage?

Recent reports that smoking heroin (and an associated risk of brain damage) is increasing among young people aren't looking at the full picture.
Troy Farah
8.11.18
Drugs

This Is How Long Party Drugs Keep for

Do drugs expire? A question you will have almost certainly asked yourself, answered.
Nilu Haidari
7.22.18
Drugs

The US Stopped Other Countries from Legalizing Weed for Generations

Not anymore.
Maia Szalavitz
7.2.18
Drugs

Drug Experts React to People's Stupid Holiday Drug Stories

Buying drugs! Overseas! Is not a good idea!
Ethan Shone
6.16.18
Drugs

This Piece of Art Is Made Out of 4,000 Ecstasy Pills

And you could win it by entering a competition whose proceeds go towards a brilliant cause.
David Hillier
6.15.18
Narcomania

Revealed: How Students Take Drugs in 2018

The results of a new study carried about by the NUS and drug charity Release reveals that weed is the most commonly used drug among uni students, and that a fifth use drugs to self-medicate mental health issues.
Max Daly
4.27.18
Australia Today

The Greens Want to Legalise Weed in Australia

Just in time for 4/20?
Maddison Connaughton
4.16.18
Drugs

Cocaine Hospitalisations Are Up 90 Percent in the UK

A Freedom of Information request also showed that incidents where cocaine is mentioned have more than doubled over the past four years.
Mark Wilding
3.20.18
Smoking

E-Cigarettes Are Dangerous for People Who Don’t Already Smoke

Several recent studies suggest that unless you're using e-cigs as a harm reduction tool to quit smoking, you should stay away from them—especially if you're a teenager.
Troy Farah
3.17.18