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10 years after his death, Jerry Garcia still matters...|
From the time he first stepped on stage with the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, dubbed "Captain Trips" by his following, exhibited the kind of charisma that would make him a revered cultural figure.
South Carolina seeks to control Salvia
Myrtle Beach, S.C., officials are seeking a statewide ban on a type of salvia plant whose leaf extract gives users a psychotropic high.
Sequence your genome for $1000 a pop?
Want your own personal genome sequenced? Researchers said they had found a faster and cheaper way to do it...
Highs and Lows of TV's Drug History
To celebrate the premier of Showtime's new series Weeds, about a suburban mom who makes ends meet by dealing marijuana (premiers Sun, August 7th), Entertainment Weekly has compiled a list of some famous TV drug references.
Italy's Po River tests positive for cocaine
Italian scientists discovered that nearly 10 pounds of cocaine residues flow into Italy's Po River every day.
Al Franken to UN: 'Drop Acid in Space'
Air America talk show host recommends space shuttle flights and LSD for world leaders
Sydney ecstacy dealers slapped with price-fixing lawsuit
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has initiated court proceedings against 9 Sydney ecstasy dealers cited for price-fixing and illegal market-sharing arrangements...
Cancer fighting nanotech ready for prime time
Nanotechnology has been harnessed to kill cancer cells without harming healthy tissue.
Say hello to the world's first cloned dog. No kidding.
The world’s first cloned dog has been revealed by researchers. South Korea’s “king of cloning”, Woo Suk Hwang has successfully cloned an Afghan hound.
My Life as a Drug Dealer
A former meth seller discusses how he got into the business—and why he doesn’t think we can win the war against it.
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