How to Obtain and Use Naloxone, the Drug That Can Reverse an Opioid Overdose

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Spread the loveTweet This kind of syringe squirts naloxone up somebody’s nose (no needle). Image by Andrew Burton / Getty Welcome to another one of those posts you hope you…


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Magic Mushrooms Might Be the Safest Recreational Drug Out There

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Spread the loveTweet Using any kind of drug comes with some inherent risks, but there’s no denying some drugs are safer than others. According to this year’s Global Drug Survey,…


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What Lethal Injection Drugs Actually Do

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Spread the loveTweet Illustration by Jim Cooke The drugs used in lethal injections were not designed to kill people, and they are on the market today because of their use…


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This Is How Long Certain Drugs Actually Stay in Your Body

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Spread the loveTweet Image via Getty. We’re not encouraging anyone to do drugs, but we’re also not going to pretend that our readers don’t do any. If you do and…


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Why Banning Kratom May Make the Opioid Epidemic Even Worse

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Spread the loveTweet Why Banning Kratom May Make the Opioid Epidemic Even Worse | WIRED Advertisement. Science 11.30.16 7:00 am In August the DEA announced plans to ban Kratom, a…


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