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Salvia: A legal hallucinogen|
If you haven't yet heard, a new hallucinogenic drug called salvia divinorum has found its way onto the NIU campus. Whether this is a good thing or not, it's completely legal in Illinois for anyone 18 or older.
Jack Osbourne's Drug Hell
Think it's tough being Ozzy's kid? You don't know the half of it.
Slow brain waves play key role in coordinating complex activity
Researchers have found the first evidence that slow brain oscillations, or theta waves, 'tune in' the fast brain oscillations called high-gamma waves that signal the transmission of information between different areas of the brain.
Researchers Map Out Specific Effects of Ecstasy on Memory
Taken from a presentation at the 19th Congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP).
Fergie To Gays: Don't Do Meth
The Black Eyed Peas front woman tells gay community to watch out for methamphetamine addiction, and to beware of the move from MDMA to harder drugs
Willie Nelson busted for pot and mushrooms
Country singer-songwriter Willie Nelson and several fellow musicians were charged with misdemeanor drug possession by Louisiana police after a search of their tour bus on Monday turned up marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms.
Homemade highs a click away
An article about the dangers of Erowid.org, without actually mentioning the name of the site
Club music fans most likely to take drugs
Dance fans are the biggest drug takers, commit the most crimes and have the most sexual partners, according to a new survey.
LSD may help cure cluster headaches
Cluster headaches is a problem which is characterised by excruciating pain that may last from fifteen minutes to up to three hours if left untreated.
Opera fans like to get high
According to the largest ever academic survey of musical taste, a quarter of opera lovers admitted having smoked cannabis, and one-in-eight opera fans had tried magic mushrooms.
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