Educar sobre prevención de drogas en la era de la marihuana legal
Aunque sigue estando prohibida para los menores de edad, el acceso más fácil al cannabis ha hecho repensar la forma punitiva de educar sobre drogas.
With The Rise Of Legal Weed, Drug Education Moves From ‘Don’t’ to ‘Delay’
Today’s drug prevention messaging is a far cry from the “Just Say No” days. Schools want to give kids the facts to make informed decisions about whether and when to try drugs or alcohol.
Listen: How A ‘Hippie Clinic’ In San Francisco Inspired A Medical Philosophy
The Haight Ashbury Free Clinic still serves people living on the fringes in San Francisco. This radio story recounts its 51-year history.
Stoked! Weed May Light The Flame For A Roll In The Hay
A new study of tens of thousands of Americans contradicts stereotypes that stoners have less sex.
La marihuana podría encender la llama del sexo
Contra la creencia tradicional, un nuevo estudio revela que la hierba puede fomentar el placer y el sexo, en vez de anularlo.
California Presses Forward In Fight To Regulate Pharma
Such efforts have previously failed in the face of opposition from the drug industry, which questions their effectiveness and contends prices reflect research and development costs.
‘Right-To-Try’ Laws Expose Dying Patients To Exploitation, Ethicists Warn
More than 30 states have laws on the books to allow dying patients the right to try experimental treatments. But these treatments may not be covered by insurance, and ethicists worry vulnerable people could be exploited near the end of their lives. The laws may also duplicate a process the FDA already has in place.