From forest bathing and salt baths to lavender and laughter, try these all-natural treatments to conquer anxious times.
The Supreme Court justices will be hard at work churning out decisions through the end of June, but April brings to a close oral arguments for the 2014 to 2015 term. Over the next two weeks, the justices will hear oral arguments in seven cases, including ones involving criminal law, overregulation, same-sex marriage and the death penalty. 1. Show More Summary
Forget snorting bath salts -- the most recent self-destructive craze is suctioning your lips in a shot glass to get Kylie Jenner's pouty look. Those participating in the #KylieJennerChallenge are hoping to plump up their lips so they resemble those of the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star. Show More Summary
In Florida, you usually have to worry about the people on bath salts taking a bite out of you, but in one Florida neighborhood, they have a different animal to
Doesn’t this sound fun: You’re running a fever of 106, sweating like a pig and scared to death as you run from imaginary pursuers. This is how people react to flakka, the completely legal cousin of bath salts. Needless to say, the drug is complete insanity – and it only costs $5. Show More Summary
Forget bath salts! Flakka is the new drug of choice in Florida and it’s side effects are downright terrifying. Given […] The post Flakka Is Coming: 5 Things You Should Know About Florida’s Frightening New Drug Of Choice appeared first on Crime Feed.
A new synthetic drug is causing the same panic bath salts did just three years ago.
Drug are bad, m’kay? Especially when said drugs cause you to trip so bad that you think the family dog has been become the residence for a bunch of Satan’s
As if people needed another inexpensive drug on the market that can produce crazy and violent behavior, Florida is seeing a rash of incidences where users of a new drug
Ashley Doody, 30, was at a neighbor's home for Easter Sunday when she allegedly got hold of the knife and went wild, authorities said.
A Maine woman reportedly stabbed her family’s dog over the weekend because she thought it had been possessed by a “demon.” The Bangor Daily News reported that Aroostook County Sheriff’s deputies responding to a 911 call early Easter morning found 30-year-old Ashley Doody...
As potent as crystal meth, bath salts or cocaine and causing people to act erratically, uncontrollably and dangerously, a new designer drug called flakka is hitting the streets of Florida. In recent weeks in the Sunshine State, flakka...Show More Summary
“Flakka” has been at the root of several terrifying episodes in the Sunshine State over the past two months. It’s been called “$5 insanity” and it’s made with chemicals from the same class as - and can be even stronger than - the notorious bath salts.
According to this report in Isthmus:[Tony Robinson] asked his grandmother, Sharon Irwin, to "cleanse" him earlier in the day, says Turin Carter, who is Irwin's son and Tony's uncle. She burned sage and drew a bath with sea salt for her grandson.What his family didn't know is that Robinson's journey involved taking hallucinogenic mushrooms. Show More Summary
If you're lucky enough to have a bathtub in your bathroom, do you use it? If not, why the heck not? I'll admit I was the sort of girl who only took showers until I saw my husband using our tub to soak with bath salts after a workoutShow More Summary
Bath Salts Addiction: Signs, Symptoms, Withdrawal, and Recovery
WASHINGTON - National Poison Control Center data from 2012 show that poisonings from prescription drugs are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, and that poisonings from "bath salts," synthetic marijuana and laundry detergent pods are emerging threats to public health. Show More Summary
The bath salts must be strong in South Africa. What else could explain the bizarre behavior of a streaker who tackled — yes, tackled — a rugby player during a sevens match between the United States and South Africa at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday? The player who went to the ground […]
On May 8, New Zealand ?ended its 294-day experiment with the legalized sale of ?synthetic drugs. Nearly a year earlier, the country decided it wanted a ?measured, modern response to ballooning sales of substances like K2, bath salts, and Kronic. Show More Summary