Pencils produced in the 1990s with the anti-drug slogan “Too Cool to Do Drugs” were recalled because, when sharpened, they read “Do Drugs.”
U.S. Customer and Border Protection offers busted a Jamaican man at JFK airport with about $19,000 of cocaine stashed in his underwear.
An email and subsequent Facebook post claims that women are being given business cards laced with a drug called Burundanga in order to assault and rob them. Today we’ll take a look at this warning a little closer.
A woman was arrested for various drug charges after the 11-month-old she was holding pulled a baggie of cocaine out of her shirt during a traffic stop.
Those who enjoy drinking Coca-Cola, commonly referred to as “Coke,” have likely heard the rumor at one point or another that the soft drink used to contain cocaine. It would be understandable for the savvy reader to dismiss this rumor as yet another urban legend, likely based on the beverage’s unique name....
It is a fairly common understanding that many drugs used in modern times, whether for recreation or to treat illnesses, have their origins in the plant and animal kingdoms. The nature of a certain plant or creature, when ingested, to produce a desirous effect on the human body was often discovered long...
An online warning claims to discusses a new drug known as “Molly”, supposedly a mixture of cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth, and bath salts. Is this accurate?
Today we look at rumors of a new kind of meth called “Strawberry Quick” that looks like Pop Rocks and tastes like strawberry and is being targeted toward children.