"The vast costs associated with health care represent one of the most important and contentious issues facing Americans today," said researcher Joseph Dieleman.
Dr. Keith Curtis, 52, was detained by officers from the Riverside Police Department after a narcotics unit obtained information he used illegal substances during his job at a local family practice.
What would be the first safe injection site in the United States faced a snag Thursday as its landlords decided not to rent the space to the nonprofit organization behind the site.
The 19-year-old, a U.S. citizen from San Juan in Texas, was driving a Ford Mustang when he was stopped by CBP officers on the Anzalduas-Reynosa International Bridge on his way home.
While the overdose itself was an unpleasant experience, the trip may have had "positive effects" on the chronic foot pain that the woman was suffering from, according to a case study report.
The Bullhead Police Department said officers with the department's narcotics team made the discovery after they pulled over a tractor-trailer on Interstate 40 near Kingman, Arizona.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said officers intercepted a tractor-trailer at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility in Pharr, Texas.
"This groundbreaking work signifies a paradigm shift in antibiotic discovery and indeed in drug discovery more generally," said researcher Roy Kishony.
Nicholas James Imhoff, 29, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
If people don't follow their prescriptions they are less likely to benefit from drugs, which could lead to complications and higher costs later on, one of the authors of the study explained.
Overall, the defendants trafficked more than 1,600 kilograms of methamphetamine, 59 firearms, and other drugs including cocaine and heroin over a three-year period.
Spencer Alan Boston appeared in court Monday charged with possession of marijuana but found himself in hot water after he pulled out what appeared to be a joint and lit it up in front of the judge.
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a bill into law Friday which limits out of pocket insulin costs to $100 for a 30-day supply.
There isn't anywhere in America where magic mushrooms are legal.
Scientists spoke to over 1,000 people at arts and music festivals about their experiences taking psychedelics.
The world's first biometric opioid vending machine was recently launched in Vancouver, British Columbia, in an attempt to reduce overdose deaths.
Two members of a Portland-based drug ring recorded themselves on a cell phone practicing the kidnapping of a storage facility manager, then filmed the actual crime.
Doctors report higher incidents of cannabis-related problems, such as confusion, anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations.
After being arrested on New Year's Day while burgling a house, Daniel Gregory Franco tried to convince the cops to let him go by offering them some heroin.
A West Monroe, Louisiana woman was arrested by police after they found her methamphetamine stash in a plastic box labeled "dope."
Police in Denton, Texas arrested a man Thursday after allegedly discovering almost 600 pounds of liquidized methamphetamine during a broken brake light traffic stop.
A tractor trailer was being driven by a man down Interstate 85 when it was stopped by officers in Cleveland County, North Carolina, for traffic violations.
Saskatchewan police apprehended a man and a woman near the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre on suspicion of using a potato cannon to send contraband over the fence.
Trump said his offer to the Mexican government to "let us go in and clean it out" was rejected.
Vishal Solanki, of Ontario, Canada, said he used his Amazon Prime membership to order a children's art set, but was stunned to find a baggie containing several kinds of pills inside the same package.
In an appearance on CNN, the Republican congressman stressed that marijuana legalization has a generational divide, rather than a partisan one.
Lois Gleeson, 22, of New Port Richey, was detained by the Pasco Sheriff's Office after deputies found a "ripped plastic baggie with a crystal substance all over the driver's seat and floor board."
This medical researcher's epinephrine tablet could be revolutionary for the estimated 240 million people suffering from food allergies worldwide.
Each year, some 70,000 people in the U.S. survive being shot.
The reviewer will be sent a box of cannabis products to test and review in blog posts and videos each month.