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What's the point of testing the safety of a drug for women on men?
A groundbreaking research project has figured out what drugs college freshman try and when they try them.
But weed can still cause structural damage to the brain.
The renowned neurologist and subject of the 1990 film Awakenings succumbed to terminal cancer on Saturday.
Students are now turning more to "safer" drugs like modafinil to help them study.
The Fix Q&A with renowned meditation teacher Bob Roth about the benefits of Transcendental Meditation for people struggling with addiction.
Treatments targeting brain receptors could be less expensive than current medications.
It’s easier to stay clean on the streets than it is in prison. Prison is a game of survival.
A day for communities to come together and mourn for loved one’s lost, while calling for action.
Legislators have written Gov. Paul LePage a letter asking him to reverse the state's decision. Good luck with that.
Medi-Cal patients in need of Suboxone will still need a DEA waiver.
Drug labs are now illegally making fentanyl from scratch.
A new study contradicts findings made by the same research team.
An autopsy of Zachary Hammond undermined the official police account of what happened on July 26.
Justin Bieber look-alike found dead with drugs, Derrick Rose accused of drugged raped, and couple offers weed bar at wedding.
You've stopped in time, but that doesn't make it any easier.
The Fix Q&A with Mora Stephens, director of sex addiction drama Zipper.
Sarah Hepola's new book details blacking out while having sex and doing stand-up comedy.
Gov. Paul LePage continues his fight against compassion and common sense.
In a rare display of bipartisanship, Republicans and Democrats agree that states should handle marijuana policy.