POT TV – Al Jazeera investigates pharmaceutical abuse in India, heroin in Tanzania and cannabis in Uruguay.
As the world nears the 100-year mark in the war on drugs, one country’s radical approach to illicit substances could be the solution
With nearly half of the country having already legalized the use of cannabis for medical purposes, physicians prescribing opioids for pain management have another alternative at their disposal.
Gloucester's police chief said they can't reduce illegal drug supply, but they can reduce demand.
Psychiatry has an important role in our understanding of drugs and drug use. And it isn't all in the service of Big Pharma.
In the 1930s, Harry J. Anslinger, the first head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, embarked on a fierce anti-marijuana campaign.
At present, cannabis is fully legalized in Colorado and Washington and will soon be fully legalized in Oregon and Alaska.
The polarized legalization debate leads to exaggerated claims and denials about pot's potential harms. The truth lies in between.
The idea that addiction is typically a chronic, progressive disease that requires treatment is false, the evidence shows. Yet the "aging out" experience of the majority is ignored by treatment providers and journalists.
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP -- the drug czar's office) released its 2014 National Drug Control Strategy Wednesday.