‘This drug courier should be treated in this court just like your honour would treat every other drug courier,’ says US prosecutor
While sentencing, the Recorder told the court it was 'always upsetting for a young woman with children to be sent immediately to prison' however he was unable to suspend the sentence due to the nature of the offence
'We found that this disruption of the reward system correlates with the number of problems, such as family issues, individuals have because of their marijuana use. Continued marijuana use despite these problems is an indicator of marijuana dependence'
Only one drug out of 14 studied demonstrated benefits that outweighed the risks of children taking them
'That's a very high number. I am sure they were prepared for that, but not for the severity,' says Alfred Aleguas from Florida Poison Control
The 'high vibe' medicine of raw cocoa supposedly floods users with endorphins as it enters the blood stream
A new study says the spike in mortality rates looks similar to that during ‘the height of the AIDS epidemic’
The murderous manners of gangsters are sponsored by every government stupid enough and cowardly enough to give them control of the supply chain
The popular Mexican food item proved to be an ineffective cloaking device
Critics fear the new law will drive users into the clutches of criminal drug dealers, whom it won't be able to prosecute
Teachers confiscated class B drug and school says it was an isolated incident
When police officers entered 40-year-old Joshua West’s hotel room in March, they found alleged illegal drugs, used needles and Bubba.
'Everybody else was doing it so I had a go... Now I take them a couple of times a day'
Special report: Described by some as being more addictive than heroin, legal highs are not going to be legal much longer. And amid warnings a Government ban will only make things worse, Adam Lusher travels to Newcastle – the epicentre of Britain's growing addiction
The Psychoactive Substances Act is due to come into effect on 26 May, but sprialling use among prisoners raises concerns clampdown attempts are proving ineffectual
One of the men, aged 33, is in an induced coma while the other, aged 39, needed medical attention