The Science is Settled
Men NEED to get drunk with their boys, at least twice a week, scientific study claims
More states are turning to medical marijuana as an alternative to the addictive prescription painkillers that have driven the public health crisis.
Recent studies found that states with legalized medical marijuana laws have seen lower opioid overdose death rates compared to states that ban it.
64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2016, about two-thirds of them from heroin, prescription opioids and synthetic opioids, according to the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Attention Socialist, The Future of the Democrat Party Just Had a VERY Bad Night
People who don't drink any alcohol are more likely to develop dementia, suggests study
Connecticut is poised to reject Democrats’ economic mistakes