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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Tag: drugs

Hallucinogenic healing

"Some scientists argue that the use of psychedelics can drastically cut medical costs by generating a shift in psychiatry from the current palliative approach towards a curative one. "

Love, sex and psychedelics in 70s San Francisco

Pride. Sex. Psychedelics. The words spring to mind quickly when thinking of San Francisco in the seventies. Between the tail end of an active...

Review: American Buffalo

Frazer Martin reviews 'American Buffalo' at the Pilch.

All Smoke and Mirrors?

Investigating the supposed health benefits of hemp-based edibles

On the Inside

Drugs, money, and violence are at the centre of Britain’s prison crisis

Cracking down on drug use is misguided

Funds would be better spent helping, not condemning

Police to crack down on Oxford’s drug dealers

A post on the Thames Valley Police Facebook page announced the task force on 26th March, saying: “Both Oxford City Council and Thames Valley Police have seen increasing concerns about drug dealing and use over recent months."

Wadham trials smoking restriction in Trinity

Wadham joins St Hugh's, St Edmund's Hall, and other colleges in limiting or banning smoking on campus

Wadham hosts £500-a-head ketamine conference

Academics and NHS employees discussed the drug's antidepressant effects

Prohibition kills. Why no progress on drugs policy?

Drugs policy is failing society’s most vulnerable, writes Joshua Harvey

Keep your ket use quiet online, says Exeter College

Undergraduates at Exeter have been warned against posting about their drug use on social media

UK should follow Canada’s cannabis lead

Legalisation is smart and only a matter of time—Trudeau's move is a gutsy but good one, argues Maxim Parr-Reid

Ketamine could be used to treat depression, Oxford University study finds

42% of patients injected with ketamine by Oxford scientists report positive effects

Cocaine’s fundamental flaw

Ellie Lee sees the hypocrisy between some students' ethics and their drug use

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