Voters in Maine this week decisively approved a measure that will make medical marijuana more available to residents, the Bangor Daily News reported Nov. 4.
A Colorado court has let stand the drug conviction of a woman who supplied marijuana to medical-marijuana dispensaries, saying the she did not qualify as
Young smokers suffer reduced cardiovascular function even if they smoke only a few cigarettes per day, according to research from Stella Daskalopoulou at the McGill
Programs that help people with addictions make the transition from prison back to the community and continue their recovery have been awarded a total of
Powerful opiate-based painkillers carry too many risks to be used to treat arthritis pain, researchers are warning patients. Reuters reported Oct. 7 that researcher Eveline
Revised drug laws that just took effect in New York may allow drug offenders convicted of low-level crimes to have their sentences reduced or may
Twenty-five grants totaling $43 million over five years have been awarded to groups that provide addiction and mental health treatment to homeless populations, the Substance
The criminal-justice system accounts for more than one in three referrals to addiction-treatment programs nationally, and such referrals are more likely to result in completed
California officials are seeking greater control over medical-marijuana sales, as pot dispensaries have proliferated in cities like Los Angeles and concerns are rising about drug
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