We Asked People the Most Ambitious Things They’ve Done While High
Literally the only time it seems like a good idea to help your dealer move apartments.
The Hard Lessons I Learned Raving Sober
Confessions of a reformed party girl.
We Asked Students What Drugs They Take to Study
With exams looming around Australia, we asked college students what they take, how often, and why.
Could We All Soon Be Taking the 'Limitless Pill', the Drug That Will Turn Us Into Superhuman Workers?
No one knows much about modafinil, the study drug on the rise in Britain's universities and workplaces, but we do know it works and that it gives you a terrible headache.
Are You a Cheater If You're Using Smart Drugs to Get Ahead?
Universities and other organizations are now considering the ethics of using nootropics and other "smart drugs."
Drug Dealers Explain What Students Buy During Exam Season
It's not just Adderall.
A Neuroscientist Explains How He Found Out Meth Is Almost Identical to Adderall
A Columbia University psychiatry professor talks about what he's learned from trying the drug himself and studying it over the years.
Carl L. Hart
The Disturbing Relationship Between Addiction and ADHD
According to research, about 25 percent of adults who are treated for alcohol and substance abuse also have ADHD.
Taking the 'Smart Drug' Modafinil Made Me Love Work but Hate People
In the rat race that is modern day life, it's sort of the only drug that makes sense. How awful is that?
A University Dealer Explains How the Student Drug Economy Works
We talked to "Robbie" about the profits he makes, the time he puts into his business and not getting high on his own supply.
Will E-Sports Drug Testing Protect Players, Or Deflect Blame?
E-sports are adopting WADA-style performance-enhancing drug tests. Will they help or hurt professional gamers?
The Complicated Business of Selling Smart Drugs
How a podcast host and a former NFL player, among others, created a market for pills that claim to boost brain function.