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How Worried Should We Be About Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine?
Experts discuss whether the dangerous opioid is really as widespread as recent media reports claim.
My Brother Died After Taking Ecstasy But I’m Still Campaigning to Reopen Fabric
Nathalie Wainwright lost her brother after he took ecstasy in the 90s. She explains why she’s calling for drug education reform.
Fabric to Review Its Safety Procedures Following Two Deaths at the London Club
The venue will enlist an independent organization for the task.
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Why So Many More People in the UK Are Dying from Ecstasy Overdoses
Fabric is temporarily shutting down after two people recently died after partying there, and these casualties are sadly nothing new.
How Do We Stop Drug Deaths at Canadian Music Festivals?
More organizers and promoters want to offer drug testing kits on site, but fear having their operating licenses revoked.
Two People Died at Sunset Music Festival in Florida
UPDATE: an autopsy report released on Monday said that ecstasy abuse was responsible for the two deaths.
Five People Die at Time Warp in Argentina
Five more are in critical condition after suspected poisoning on the first night of the festival, which has now been cancelled.
How Do We Stop Drug Deaths At Festivals?
America's drug policies have been putting ravers at risk for years. But there are signs that the way we think about drug and raves is shifting.
Why Are Drug Deaths Spiking in Britain?
Last year saw the most drug-related deaths in England and Wales since rec began.
[Update] The Two Women Who Died at HARD Summer Have Been Identified
LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis is also calling for a ban on raves and major music festivals.
The Easy Way England Could Stop Its Heroin Users Dying from Overdoses
Naloxone is a miracle drug that can bring people back from the brink of an overdose. Problem is, a mixture of fear and austerity is keeping local English councils from getting their hands on the stuff.
This Mom Is Still Fighting America’s Drug Policy Nearly Two Years After Her Daughter's Death
Dede Goldsmith is on a crusade to amend the Rave Act, a federal law that she believes puts lives in danger.