Two new studies add to the confusion over the health effects of marijuana.
Distributing naloxone and training people to use it can cut the death rates from overdose nearly in half, according to a new study.
A program that takes personality into account may help to identify and reduce teen drinking rates.
A new study challenges previous work that found a link between marijuana use and lower IQ, but the authors of the original paper stand by their findings.
Study shows naloxone effective for treating overdose
The wonder drug that relieves everything from headaches to joint pain, and lowers the risk of heart disease may come with risks for the eyes.
Explaining why pot is now like alcohol: okay for mom and dad, but not for kids
Suspended for decades after controversial results, research on the hallucinogen psilocybin is showing early promise in a new series of small studies
New York City police boosted arrests for public possession of marijuana in recent years, on the assumption that the action would improve public safety.
Like some cancer patients in states where it’s allowed, Mykayla Comstock uses cannabis as part of her treatment.
For the 20 states in which marijuana is legal, either for medicinal or recreational purposes, there’s a new challenge for law enforcement: judging whether stoned users are too impaired to drive.
Stephanie Bongiovi’s case makes the argument for broader Good Samaritan laws and wider use of the overdose antidote naloxone
For the first time, two American states have legalized the recreational use and sale of marijuana