"As just the second country and the first G7 nation to end marijuana prohibition, Canada has positioned itself as a global leader for cannabis business and development."
Psilocybin is increasingly being recognized by scientists as potentially effective treatments for a number of psychological disorders, such as addiction and depression.
Despite a string of failed clinical trials for new dementia drugs, there are reasons to remain optimistic.
Human rights groups say at least 12,000 people have been killed since Duterte took office in 2016.
The research was “the first” to directly target and "dramatically" reduce numbers of dementia-causing particles.
The U.S. experience suggests most stigmas linked to using weed are not supported by scientific evidence.
The cancer that killed the senator is notoriously difficult to treat.
The U.S. was among 23 countries to recall valsartan after some products were contaminated with a compound linked to cancer.
Some people with HIV have special antibodies which could provide clues for protecting against the virus.
The Sackler family owns Purdue Pharma, which created the infamous opioid painkiller OxyContin
Four adults were arrested at the scene.
About 70 people overdosed on what authorities believe is the synthetic drug, K2.
Officials believe at least 18 people have possibly overdosed on the synthetic drug known as K2.
“It’s really not worth it...You do not want the feeling of what me and my family are going through."
The drug can induce feelings of paranoia and panic, prompting some to jump off buildings and run into traffic.
The rate has quadrupled in recent years, a new government report revealed. Moms may try to hide their use in order to avoid potential punishment, but that also prevents them from seeking help.
Patients could be 2.7 times more likely to continue using weeks or months later.
Single white men with a previous history of mental health disorders are the likeliest to die from drug overdoses, particularly those involving heroin, the report said.
Users who took minute doses of LSD and mushrooms also reported an improved mood and sharpened focus.
The drug, tainted with rat poison, caused users to bleed out of their eyes and ears, health officials said.