Nauseous pregnant women in the U.S. can finally have access to the morning sickness drug Canadians have been using for years.
Maryland is set to become the 20th state to legalize marijuana for medical uses after lawmakers in the state’s senate voted Monday 42-4 in favor of setting up a state-run commission that grants licenses to distribute the drug to approved patients.
The Food and Drug Administration ordered to comply within 30 days
New partnerships could help bring a novel class of biopharmaceutical to patients.
Medical marijuana legally went on sale Tuesday in pharmacies across the Czech Republic for patients suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or psoriasis.
The article reports that THC, one of the primary active ingredients of cannabis, is far superior to existing approved pharmaceutical drugs in inhibiting the aggregation in the brain of Amyloid Beta Peptide (Abeta), a key component and pathological m
The Obama administration is notorious for crony capitalism, through which big businesses reap huge riches by virtue of their cozy association with government.
During the Christmas season, 1994, the federal Drug Enforcement Administration put Las Vegas medical doctor Dietrich Stoermer, who had treated our troops in Vietnam, on trial here for writing “too many” painkiller prescriptions.
A website called the Silk Road appears to enable you to buy drugs as easily as you would buy an item on eBay.
Round-table discussion on marijuana - debate......w/Sherri Kane & Dr Len Horowitz will be joining us & we had a special guest ELVY MUSIKKA, she is one of only four federally supplied medical marijuana smokers left on the govt. Ind program. She receiv
Dr. Peter Glidden exposes the pharmaceutical industry.
The CDC just released its latest numbers on the 2012-13 flu vaccine effectiveness.
Drugs that could combat ageing and help people to live to 150-years-old may be available within five years, following landmark research.
Machines would be protected by high-tech security
Actor-comedian-former drug addict-deep-thinker Russell Brand posted a poetic blog Tuesday morning titled "Give It Up" about his current desire to do heroin — and why he doesn't.
In a classic example of an anti-free-market collapse, fifty pharmaceutical companies are now halting supplies of drug medicines to the nation of Greece, causing severe shortages of over 200 popular pharmaceutical medicines there.
Two new bills introduced Monday by Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Rep. Sam Farr (D-CA) aim to help medical marijuana patients defend themselves in court and open up new avenues of scientific research into the drug.
Marijuana tourism is on the way to Colorado, under a recommendation made Tuesday by a state task force to regulate the drug made legal by voters last year.
We don’t have to live in a medicated world, but we certainly choose to.
Well, Natural News has been making the connection for some time now, and it appears that, finally, other media outlets are beginning to do the same thing:
An Anchorage man was arrested and charged for receiving in the mail more than four pounds of methamphetamine hidden inside six papayas, officials said.
Lexington police will return most of the items confiscated from a local smoke shop, but about 8 pounds of synthetic marijuana will remain in their custody for trial.
Ray Lewis was accused of taking a banned deer-antler spray to recover from a torn triceps in a big Sports Illustrated article yesterday.
Between medications and food, there’s a huge swath of edible products that don’t need approval from the Food and Drug Administration, including energy drinks, vitamins, weight-loss pills, and other supplements.
If you're a regular smoker, you may want to keep an eye on a new bill in the Oregon Legislature.
Regular use of aspirin can almost triple the chance of developing a condition that causes more older people in Britain to lose their sight than any other, researchers are warning.
We are prepared to endow celebrities with fame and glory beyond the hopes of ordinary mortals, but the moment we are done with them, we are done with them.
Drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can be incredibly controversial.
Lance Armstrong has finally come clean.
Now the agency has given advanced notice of its new findings – antidepressants, all of them, according to the FDA, cause increased suicidality in young adults. Suicide occurs more than twice as much on antidepressants than on sugar pills in individua