A young man in his 20s -- let's call him George -- sits across from me in the exam room.
It's relatively easy to imagine a new medicine, a better cure for some disease. The hard part, though, is testing it, and that can delay promising new cures for years. In this well-explained talk, Geraldine Hamilton shows how her lab creates organs a
As many as 65 percent of women are said to take it during pregnancy.
As the social stigmas and taboos about marijuana that largely emerged during the "Reefer Madness" generation continue to be stripped away from the public consciousness, an increasing number of people are beginning to look at this all natural herb wit
Even with this record, however, many are shocked by the White House pushing of a trade agreement that would undermine international efforts to reduce the cost of drugs and extend the patents for these companies to further increase their profits.
For the first anniversary of legal weed, the city will permit a giant pot party on the site of Seattle Center’s old Fun Forest amusement park.
A new study suggests that over-the-counter painkillers like Ibuprofen could prevent two debilitating side effects of marijuana use — learning problems and memory loss — that currently limit the drug's medical value.
For millennia, the human race has sought to combat psychological disorders through the intervention of natural – and eventually synthetic – chemicals.
First, the disclaimers: Nothing in this article constitutes medical advice.
Large pharmaceutical companies have a need to test their new drugs on people, and what a better place to do that with minimal risk than in a highly populated country with little regulatory framework?
About two dozen loyal family members and friends of alleged Silk Road owner Ross Ulbricht have rallied around him to pledge more than $1 million to get him released on bail, according to an application submitted to the court by his attorney.
Snow White totally could have happened
Before "ED" became common parlance, "it" wasn't much talked about or understood and was referred to as impotence, a word with shameful connotations.
The dramatic takedown of the Silk Road drug market and the arrest of its alleged owner on drug trafficking and murder-for-hire charges last month began in part with an offhand tip to Department of Homeland Security investigators in Maryland in mid-20
Pharmacies could fill medical marijuana prescriptions if Michigan bill passes.
Emergency doses of a meningitis vaccine not approved for use in the U.S. may soon be on the way to Princeton University to halt an outbreak of the potentially deadly infection that has sickened seven students since March.
Ann Cameron, an author of 15 children’s books, ‘cured’ her Stage 4 cancer with carrot juice only. She states, “I believe from personal experience that carrots can cure cancer –
The FDA's medical advisory board voted against approving Zohydro, an opioid painkiller drug with up to 10 times more hydrocodone than Vicodin.
The 40th birthday party in the Catskills this past summer was full of adult entertainment: swimming, a pig roast and a few joints.
Genomic technology could accelerate patient trials of new cancer drugs that are targeted to a tumor’s individual molecular profile.
She couldn't resist. Singer Miley Cyrus smoked a joint on stage and twerked with a dwarf during the MTV EMAs on Sunday.
A Colorado measure to impose sales and excise taxes of 25 percent on newly legalized recreational marijuana and earmark the first $40 million in revenue for public schools was approved by voters on Tuesday, Governor John Hickenlooper said.
Don’t get a flu shot, warns conservative talk show host Michael Savage, because you just can’t trust the government.
New concerns have now been raised, because not only did the FDA grossly underestimate how many people have the genetic variant with the inactive form of the converter enzyme, it seems both the regulatory agency and the drug company, Bristol-Myers Squ
Early in October 2103, the entire nation heard about how Sarah Hershberger, a 10-year old Ohio Amish girl with leukemia (now recovered), is being forced into a two-year unproven experimental chemotherapy study by Akron Children’s Hospital (ACH).
The National Cancer Institute has just confirmed via a newly released report that the ‘war on cancer’ over the last 30 years has led to more than 1.3 million people (primarily women) being wrongly diagnosed with cancer.
The antitax advocate tells National Journal that taxing marijuana does not violate his pledge.
Public opinion now decisively favors legalizing marijuana. Fifty-eight percent of Americans want the war on pot to stop.
Liquor Control Board Petty Tyrants Use Legalization Law To Make Medical Dispensaries & Grows Illegal
It's all been lies til now. All conflict of interest. No competition for the power players, and that's why they wanted it this way. Cops went along with it, so did everybody else that got paid off it. All lies.