Oh yeah, you read that right! 23 year old Deangelo Rashard Marshall was sitting in the back seat of a cop car in Charelston, SC with his little brother, 20 year old Wayne Mitchell. Deangelo knew the worst was coming, but it was going to get even worse if he didn't get the drugs out of his, ahem, butt. So, he convinced his little brother to bite the bullet so to speak. Mitchell ingested the dru
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting fatty and sugary foods rewire the brain in the same way drugs like cocaine and nicotine do, leading to addiction.
In recent studies, lab animals who have been fed a diet of sugary and fatty snacks show the classic signs of addiction, and brain scans of obese humans show the same disturbances in their reward circuits as the brains that are found in dru
Police in Michigan pulled an elderly man over during a routine traffic stop, and when he refused a search of his pickup truck, a drug sniffing dog found almost 228 pounds of cocaine in the back.
Police then arrested 87-year-old Leo Sharp for possession of the drug.
Scientists in San Diego are developing new vaccines that will potentially cure addictions, allowing cigarette and drug abusers to kick their habits with a simple injection.
Dr. Kim D. Janda, a Scripps Research Institute professor, is one of the leading experts, having made addiction vaccines his main priority for the past 25 years. “We view this as an alternative or better way for some people,” he