Tox Tuesday: Per se laws and roadside drug testing

An estimated more than 10 million U.S. drivers (around 5% of licensed drivers in the entire country) drove under the influence of an illegal drug within a year period, according to a 2007 study by the U.S. National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Now, we all know what happens if a suspected drunk driver […]

Tox Tuesday: The evolution of Spice

Since their first documented appearance in the United States in 2008, synthetic drugs have created a trend that both authorities and health care officials alike are struggling to contain. As a recent article explains, this is due to the ever-changing formulas and chemical structures used in their creation. Because of this, these drugs are difficult […]

Tox Tuesday: Pros and cons of legalizing marijuana

In 2012, the world of recreational drugs took one small step for weed, one giant step for legalization as U.S. states Colorado and Washington legalized the recreational use and sale of marijuana. It was the first step of many in the United States, with several states following suit by proposing similar laws.

Some states, such […]