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DXM: Not what the doctor ordered|
A high-school newspaper meets DXM diary expose of cough syrup abuse
Childhood depression and anxiety linked to ecstasy use
Dutch psychiatrists who carried out a 14-year study found individuals with signs of anxiety and depression showed an increased risk of starting to use ecstasy as they got older.
UK compensates servicemen for Cold War LSD tests
Britain has agreed to pay compensation to three servicemen given the mind-altering drug LSD during tests in the 1950s, the government said on Friday.
James Mooney free of peyote charges
James Mooney said he feels comfortable using peyote in his religious and ceremonial practices without becoming a member of a federally recognized American Indian church because of the court ruling, but will check with his legal counsel...
U.S. Supreme Court approves ayahuasca for religious use
The U.S. Supreme Court, saying law enforcement goals in some cases must yield to religious rights, ruled that the Bush administration can't block a New Mexico church from using a hallucinogenic tea.
Bahrain: Kids getting high on cough syrup
Bahraini youths have been spotted downing the prescription cough syrup Kafosed in Isa Town before getting rowdy and disturbing residents.
History of CIA Interrogation
From the Cold War to the War on Terror, Professor Alfred McCoy exposes interrogation and torture.
Mark McCloud, Rick Doblin, and John Halpern discussing Halperngate at LSD Symposium, Basel, 2006.
Great Wall of China wards off ravers
Beijing has called up a team of dedicated Great Wall monitors to protect it from damage from tourists, adventurous hikers and party revellers.
Loud music prolongs the effects of ecstasy
Scientists from the Institute of Neurological Science, Italy, have shown that playing loud music prolongs the effects of MDMA in rats
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