The psychiatric community is petitioning the Australian government to lift the county's ban on vaping liquid, arguing that it disproportionately harms those with mental health conditions.
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Workers using marijuana for both medicinal and recreational purposes are protected from being fired for failing employer drug tests, according to the Maine Department of Labor.
A former NFL player for the New York Jets is suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the federal government over the nation's prohibition of marijuana.
A couple is in prison after authorities discovered they dosed their infant daughter with drugs only hours after the baby was born to hide the newborn's addiction to opioids from doctors.
A report on crime rates and public safety from the Trump administration is due out this week and is expected to contain recommendations for restricting state marijuana laws.
A child was forced to take the wheel of a car after his father passed out while suffering a heroin overdose in Brooklyn, ultimately crashing into an ambulance.
The future of marijuana treatment for America's veterans rests on an upcoming vote in the House of Representatives that will determine if they can be granted medical access.
Authorities arrested two men who were running a pill mill for painkillers mixed with fentanyl out of their garage in a suburban neighborhood in Long Island.
A court rejected an effort by officials in Pennsylvania to toss out a lawsuit challenging a massive state tax on electronic cigarettes that is forcing hundreds of vape shops to close.
Proposals to loosen federal restrictions on marijuana and open up access to cannabis products for veterans are gaining bipartisan traction despite uncertainty from the Trump administration.
Authorities arrested a doctor who allegedly flooded the streets of New Jersey with high dosage painkillers in a scheme potentially worth up to $7 million.
Marijuana legalization in Colorado recently reached a milestone, raking in more than half a billion in revenue for the state since implementation in 2014.
The government in England endorsed electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to smoking, advocating against vaping bans in offices and public spaces.
A group of high school students recently launched an app that warns the public when a particularly strong or deadly mix of heroin hits the streets.
Police busted a woman who impersonated nurses at pharmacies in New Mexico and used fake patient names to get her hands on large quantities of painkillers.
Drug users afraid of the rising fatalities surrounding opioids are increasingly turning to cocaine in Ohio, causing a massive spike in fatal overdoses attributed to the substance.
A tobacco giant estimates regular cigarettes could begin to vanish from markets in Japan and South Korea within five years, replaced by a new technology that greatly reduces health risks.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court made a landmark ruling on marijuana use Monday, ruling in favor of a woman fired from her job after testing positive for pot.
A shipment of Mexican-made Ford Fusions delivered to several car dealerships in Ohio contained roughly $1 million of marijuana hidden inside the trunks.