'No-one actually saw him enter the water but his friends heard a splash,' say police
Scientists let rats self-administer as much cocaine as they wanted for five days, then took it away and analysed how the rodents responded
Figures have almost tripled since records first began being recorded in 1993
CVS Health stock is down 15% over the past year, but it could move higher based on favorable trends in the industry
The haul was roughly the equivalent of the total amount of cocaine seized in England and Wales in an average year
'I would remind all persons attending the festival that there is no safe way of taking drugs,' warns Chief Superintendent Angela McLaren
App comes shortly after ONS figures show student suicides rates across England and Wales have soared to their highest-ever level
Researchers argue that the lack of available treatment and understanding around cannabis dependency is a major public health concern, with users often being ignored
One in ten students already admit to using them, with a quarter thinking of using in the future
Nitrous Oxide has been used recreationally since the late 18th century, and out of all the countries in the world is the most popular in the UK
We wouldn’t ask an organised crime syndicate to control the supply of our tobacco or alcohol, so why heroin and cocaine?
‘This drug courier should be treated in this court just like your honour would treat every other drug courier,’ says US prosecutor
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The Home Office has warned against the effects of banned mental stimulant Noopept, but experts have mixed opinions on how dangerous the drug really is
Report into Prince's death states singer died as a result of 'decadent self-administered fentanyl'
'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