This Is Why Weed Makes Some People Anxious & Even Paranoid

It’s a cruel irony that the very people who could benefit from weed’s relaxing effects are often the ones who don’t feel them. This article originally appeared on VICE US.  Remember people, this is a MIND ALTERING DRUG!!!!!!!   As a type A person—a generous understatement—I used to have high hopes that weed could give me … Continue reading This Is Why Weed Makes Some People Anxious & Even Paranoid

Second Thoughts On Pot

You don’t expect the New Yorker and Mother Jones to be places where you read anti-marijuana articles, but Tell Your Children, the new book by former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson is knocking some people flat. The book examines what we know scientifically about marijuana use, and it turns out to be pretty damn scary. I have never been a pot … Continue reading Second Thoughts On Pot

People Are Bleeding From Their Eyes and Ears After Smoking Synthetic Pot in Illinois

It’s a sentence that just about sums up 2018 so far: Illinois is dealing with an outbreak of synthetic weed that makes its users bleed from their eyes and ears. On Thursday, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reportedthat since March 7, at least 22 people have developed severe bleeding soon after taking synthetic … Continue reading People Are Bleeding From Their Eyes and Ears After Smoking Synthetic Pot in Illinois

New FDA-approved “trackable” pill transmits information — it will tattle on you if you don’t take your meds

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a digital pill embedded with a sensor designed to inform physicians whether their patients are taking their medications. The federal approval marks a growing trend towards addressing drug non-adherence among patients, according to a New York Times report. The pill, called Abilify MyCite, is a modified version of Otsuka Pharmaceutical’s drug Abilify that … Continue reading New FDA-approved “trackable” pill transmits information — it will tattle on you if you don’t take your meds