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Articles of Interest

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ARTICLE COMMENTS


3/2003
You Have The Right To Remain Silent What you MUST know about your interactions with police.


3/2003
Dr X A doctor points out how wrong the government is


1/2003
GlenMartinOpEd Glen Martin's Op Ed


4/2002
EcstasyBrain Ecstasy on the brain - research makes the DEA furious


4/2002
Evidence E is for evidence: Basing drugs policy on flawed science helps no one


11/2000
DrowningEcstasy Drowning in Ecstasy: the dangers of drinking too much water while using MDMA


10/1999
EcstasyProzac Ecstasy and Prozac: Using Prozac can help minimize ecstacy's side effects


7/1999
PryingGame Drugs tests in the workplace are increasing on both sides of the Atlantic. But researchers are questioning their relevance . . . and worse, their reliability


1/1997
Panic Press the panic button - PANIC reigns. Fear overwhelms logical thought.


11/1998
Chill Let's chill out: Editorial on Marijuana


11/1994
BitterOpium Book review: "A pint of bitter with the opium, please: Forbidden Drugs" by Philip Robson,


1/1994
JustSayNoWar Just say no to the War on Drugs - Norman Bauman passes his urine test


10/1994
Prohibition The highs & lows of prohibition: As drug-related crime soars, so calls to legalise drugs become more vociferous


7/1993
CannabisBrain Cannabis: the brain's other supplier - Researchers have a discovery they hope will open people's minds to learning more about the chemical's therapeutic properties


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