4 Legal Suggestions to Prevent Marijuana Use Among Minors

Prominent researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggest four strategies to prevent marijuana use among minors.

A Closer Look at Welfare and Substance Abuse

The stereotypical notion that drug and alcohol abusers make up the most poverty-stricken demographics of the American population.

Understanding Blood Alcohol Content: Zero Tolerance for Drunk Driving

Whether you drink or not, getting a better understanding of blood alcohol content can be beneficial for you.

How Much Will A DUI Cost You?

A DUI can cost you thousands of dollars, jail time and a whole lot more.

'First Church of Cannabis' Finds Asylum Under Indiana's New Religious Freedom Law

The First Church of Cannabis has no marijuana-related plans other than growing hemp, but they draw a larger point about religious freedom vs. state law.

Addictions in Iran Rise Despite Death Penalty

In 2013, Iran put to death 331 drug offenders, but the harsh penalties for trafficking are still not curving the nation's drug problem.

The Impact of Marijuana in the Workplace: A Guide for Employers

As more cities and states decriminalize and legalize marijuana, employers require parameters and guidance with their employees in a number of areas.

Op-Ed: Why Marijuana Should Be Legal

By making marijuana legal, and controlling it in a manner similar to how we control alcohol and cigarettes, we present a more consistent message to our youth.

Legislation Aims to Curb Drug Abuse Among Seniors

Looking for those who see multiple doctors and are filling more than one prescription for their addictive medications is a big part of the bill.

The Dangers of Marijuana-Impaired Driving

A recent study regarding the effects of marijuana on driving performance showed dangerously impaired motor coordination.