Son 'thought people were living in the walls' after smoking super-strength cannabis
Doctors offered half of cash saved by initiative to hand out fewer prescriptions to frail patients
Pressure to achieve could be putting your child at risk
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In the UK, 77 per cent of cannabis users put tobacco in their joints, compared to a mere 8 per cent of survey respondents from the USA
But they're not harmless
Pioneering scheme is backed by local police forces in bid to keep recreational drug users safe
Two drug-related deaths in coastal town triggers alert
When Rodrigo Nino was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, he turned to psychedelics to ease his anxiety around death. Now, he's helping top scientists to research how hallucinogens helped him, and could help others.
Experts have claimed the image is a fake
Thomas Millward was found at the bottom of the stairs at Girton College in March last year
'It’s precisely the expectation of harm that is likely causing the increase in muscle pain and weakness, rather than the drugs themselves causing them,' says study's lead author
Over five years, £1.27bn could pay for 10,000 extra NHS nurses or an extra 20 GP surgeries
Carfentanil – used by vets to sedate elephants – and chemical cousin fentanyl – with US street names ‘drop dead’ and ‘serial killer’ – are being blamed for a spate of deaths in the UK
Britain spends 9.9 per cent of gross domestic product on healthcare – sixth lowest of G7 nations
Studies suggest obese people produce more of the protein myostatin, making it harder for them to exercise and build up muscle