A new crowdfunding campaign seeks to raise $2 million to advance promising research that the government has largely neglected.
It's not just for music festivals.
It's a rare day when the prohibitionist establishment and die-hard drug policy reformers are in agreement -- but that happens to be the case more often than not when it comes to what the U.S. insists on calling "synthetic drugs."
I wear makeup. Not every day, but then, I work from home, so half the time I don't put on my clothes, let alone my face. But if I'm going out and I have time, I'll do my makeup. But what message am I sending my kids?
I don't think anyone expects to attend a music festival and end up in the hospital later that night or have one of his or her friends end up with an even more tragic end. To keep these festivals a fun and exciting day for attendees there has to be safety measures to keep drugs out of these venues.
The latest trial is expected to cost about $587,000, according to MAPS, with just over half of that raised so far. The research
It's past time to acknowledge the plain fact that students use drugs. Let's make sure they have the education and protections they need to do so safely.
If we teach our kids to interpret cues correctly to guess how someone is feeling and to want other people to feel good, the end result will be kids who make choices that result in other people feeling good and not making choices that make themselves or others feel bad.
It took us long time to get pregnant with Molly. Not a long, long time, but long enough. Long enough to start to get used to the knot in my stomach every month as I counted the days and the symptoms, trying not to convince myself that every little twinge of nausea was a good sign.
Colorado State Student Allegedly Took Molly, Immediately Has A Seizure, Steals An Ambulance And Jerks Off In A Police Station
I get really annoyed with news stories that imply taking certain drugs made people go bonkers, like this story out of Fort
Electric Zoo is taking extra precautions leading up to this year's festival. The three-day EDM mecca in New York City will
When I see crowded pools, I always think that such a photo could never have been taken when I was a child in the 1940s in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, because all our mothers forbade us to gather in groups for fear of catching polio -- especially in a pool.
This is just the latest report of medical scares at an EDM concert. Last weekend, two people died at Las Vegas electronic
Macie emphasized that he doesn’t recommend MDMA for recreational abuse. He said he wishes all veterans who struggle with
So America would be wise not to decriminalize marijuana. We owe keeping marijuana illegal to our lovers, our children and
The name Molly reached peak popularity in 1991 (thank you, Ms. Ringwald), when nobody could have guessed that in about 20 years, that the name would also be a nickname for the drug MDMA -- and ruining Christmas for at least one young woman.
Redditor Hbdarkman wrote that "My cousin Molly's grandma went into Spencer's look for presents for her family. She thinks
"Ecstasy" is back in the news, although now it's being called "Molly." A few young partiers have died at big "Electronic Dance Music" festivals around the nation, even prompting cancellation of some such events.