The exact length of time that molly, or MDMA, stays in a person's system depends on several factors, including how much of the drug they have taken. Learn more here.
In this special feature, we ask whether New Year's resolutions work and look at some science-backed ways to improve the chances of success.
New research in mice investigates the possibility that MDMA, a potentially addictive drug, may help in the context of mental health therapy.
Alcohol intoxication is a temporary condition that occurs when a person drinks an excess of alcohol. Learn about the signs, treatments, and risks, including alcohol poisoning.
An experimental study shows that a single shot of ketamine helps reduce drinking cravings, particularly after the retrieval of associated reward memories.
Most medical experts agree there is very little risk of death from using marijuana alone. Read this article to learn more about the potential health risks of cannabis use and what the research says about the risk of dying.
DMT is the active ingredient of the hallucinogenic brew ayahuasca. New research looks into how this drug affects brain activity, altering consciousness.
A new study in humans and mice adds to evidence that e-cigarettes damage cardiovascular and lung health and calls for tighter regulation of these devices.
Data from three different studies suggest that lower brain volume and a propensity for alcohol use may have the same underlying cause: genetic factors.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a condition that some long term users of marijuana develop. The hallmarks of the condition include repeated and severe episodes of nausea and vomiting. Learn more here.