Ketamine Could Help Stop Suicidal Thoughts
A psychiatrist who is studying the drug explains.
Maxime de Vries
When Should a Prescription Drug's Side Effects Count as a Disability?
“Part of me can kind of understand where they're coming from, but most of me doesn't.”
Risky Drugs Are Being Marketed to People With Mental Health Issues
"There is egregious overmedication with very dangerous antipsychotics for people who don't need them."
Martin Shkreli Is on Trial for the Wrong Thing
While the feds try to convict Pharma Bro for lying to fellow millionaires, it's still perfectly legal to jack up the prices of lifesaving drugs.
When the Drugs Hit
America's Trippiest Chemist: Making Psychedelics 'Was Fun'
For over 40 years, Dave Nichols had government license to make Schedule 1 drugs like LSD and DMT for research.
Festival Harm Reduction
We Tried to Figure Out When Your Drug Stash Will Expire
For that moment you dig out a baggie from god knows when.
There Are Drugs In Your Drinking (and Bottled) Water
They might even be interacting with the drugs you're intentionally on.
To Solve Opioid Addiction, We Still Need to Solve Pain
We know a whole lot about painkillers, but not much about pain itself.
Meet the Pharmaceutical Hacker Trying to Make Open-Source Drugs
He's already released plans for a $30 version of the EpiPen and the outline for Daraprim, the drug made famous by Martin Shkreli.
What It's Like to Be a Professional Drug Hunter
And why it's remarkable that we've managed to cure anything at all.
Twitter Finally Cracked Down on ‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli
Writer Lauren Duca has reported a ton of harassment after she appeared on Fox News.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
A Bunch of High Schoolers Recreated Martin Shkreli's Overpriced HIV Drug for $15
A group of 16- and 17-year-old boys was able to recreate Daraprim for just $2 a pill.