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Johnson, of Shafer, Minn., said she could function normally when she was taking opioids for the pain. But after being weaned off of the medication, she ...
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“It's about the corporatization and industrialization of marijuana. There are lobbyists in multiple state capitols, and slick advertising like big tobacco.
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Since the Post's database came out, some pharmacists have shifted blame for opioid overuse on doctors, saying they didn't feel they could say no to ...
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Walking past a laser tag game and vendors selling corn dogs Thursday at the Central States Fair, Jennifer Nelson stopped to sign a petition asking for ...
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High TimesMoments before the age-old Rolling Stones began performing at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Stadium on Thursday, actor Robert Downey Jr. inexplicably took to the stage and announced that the band was now the namesake of a rock...
Asian Americans are less likely to get help for drug addiction than other communities, statistics show. Advocates are calling it an invisible crisis.
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With the opioid crisis gripping the United States, many doctors have been looking at alternate treatments to help patients with long-term chronic pain.
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Over the last month, US law enforcement has uncovered some 25,000 marijuana plants growing illegally within California's national forests, according ...
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High TimesFor this edition of High Times Greats, we have an exclusive (and timely) interview with Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead by Legs McNeil, originally published in the February, 1989 issue of High...
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John Kasich are creating a nonprofit that will fight to steer cash from any national opioid settlement to hospitals, rather than to local and state ...
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NEWRY — Most of an Aug. 13 public hearing at the Newry Town Office focused on the two marijuana ordinances (marijuana store and medical ...
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High TimesA court in Mexico has ruled that two people should be allowed to legally use cocaine for recreational purposes, according to media reports. Under the ruling from a judge in Mexico City, the two unnamed people will be...