European programs offer medical-grade heroin for users to inject under strict supervision, and it's helping – so why won't it happen in the U.S.?
New 'cacao snuff' promises a 30-minute buzz – but is it safe?
Special K, a Vietnam-era anesthetic favored by ravers looking for an intense high, is being given another chance – this time as legitimate medication
President among politicians, celebrities and food items used to refer to illegal drugs, according to new survey
After wife of late Soundgarden frontman blamed anxiety medication for his suicide, questions remain as to the drug's side effects
Women have long used over-the-counter pills to treat cramps, but the 'View' co-host has an herbal remedy: medical marijuana
New study found that country lyrics contain more references to weed, cocaine and meth than rock or rap
"The people have been pretty clear that this is something they don't want the federal government to interfere with," says Rep. Blumenauer
Cannabis-derived compounds can help with a multitude of physical problems without getting you high. So why is the government trying to ban them?
More powerful than heroin, morphine or fentanyl, the new designer opioid has killed dozens in America so far
Inside how ayahuasca, MDMA, DMT and psilocybin mushrooms affect the body – and how researchers are using them to help people with mental illness
As inauguration day approaches, organizers ready their community for a possible immigration crackdown
The party drug is entering the final stages of trials and could be approved for prescription use
After initial persecution against those taking Truvada to prevent HIV infection, there's been a positive shift in attitude toward the drug
DEA has backed off a potential ban of an herbal stimulant many use to treat opioid addiction