In the thrilling new novel Sketchtasy (out now from Arsenal Pulp Press), award-winning author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore dips back into mid-‘90s gay culture with her story of Alexa, a 21-year-old queen trying to find her way (and find herself) in the less than Family-friendly world of Boston, circa 1995. Fast-paced, introspective, thoughtful, and wryly funny, Sketchtasy […]
The drug industry is turning more attention to rare conditions, but therapies can carry exceptional costs — which can lead to excruciating conditions.
Isidoro Andres “Rudy” Sanchez has ordered to pay investigation costs of $ 115,000 after showing what regulator called a ‘blatant disregard for public safety.’
HUNDREDS of patients with the most aggressive form of skin cancer could benefit from a drug treatment after it was approved for use on the NHS.
‘The Big Trip’ part one: Why some investors and medical researchers are looking past pot to psychedelic drugs
As cannabis legalization approaches, a renaissance in psychedelic drug research is also underway — and scientists and investors alike are serious about the drugs’ potential.
A group that represents U.K. hospitals and ambulance services has warned that its members may run out of drugs if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement on future relations.
Health Canada has added eight more products to its recall of certain medications containing valsartan, a drug used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure, after probable carcinogens were found in some.
Illegal, underground and said to be brimming with health benefits — the practice of taking small amounts of psychedelic drugs is growing increasingly popular, yet it remains relatively unstudied and its reported benefits unproven.
The federal government says it is not interested in decriminalizing any drugs beyond marijuana, despite calls from Canada’s largest cities to consider the measure.
China is so desperate to win its war on drugs, it’s started analyzing people’s sewage for contaminated pee
Carlos Barria/Reuters China has been going hard in its war on drugs. Its efforts are so intense that some cities have started analyzing sewage for traces of drugs to root out users and dealers. That work has helped catch at least one drug manufacturer, and the country plans to expand the program in the future. […]