Children as young as 14 are helping to sell drugs in local communities, a charity report said today.
BRITAIN has the highest level of cocaine use in Europe with more than one in ten young adults taking the drug
There are up to 2.1 million problem drug users in the EU today, of whom over a million are likely to be drug injectors.
Why the long face? Not smoking pot, perhaps?
Largest-Ever Study of Marijuana, Depression Finds Fewer Depressive Symptoms, Better Mood
The majority of young offenders locked up in a North Staffordshire institution are cannabis users, according to a new report.
To early morning joggers, the sight of a man drawing buckets of water from a boat midstream in the River Thames may have seemed a little unusual.
One in six people who take cannabis for pain relief say their doctor advised them to use it, a survey suggests.
The percentage of Americans favoring the legalization of cannabis has risen more than 33 percent since 1995…
Nearly 4 million people in England and Wales have tried class A drugs - including heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, LSD and magic mushrooms - at least once.
The number of people using cannabis has fallen by more than 1% in the first full year after possession of the drug was made a less serious offence, according to new figures.
A sixth of the Irish population has used cannabis at some stage in their lives, according to a study carried out for the National Advisory Committee on Drugs.
SEVEN out of ten 14-year-olds have tried cannabis at least once.
The use of cannabis among 11- to 15-year-olds has dropped since the Government reclassified the drug in January last year, according to the first comprehensive figures released since the change.
Shock new figures show just how prevalent drinking, smoking and drug use is among underage youngsters in England, with one in ten admitting they take drugs and 25 per cent saying they drink on a regular basis.
THE downgrading of cannabis was today blamed for a rise in Scots children arrested for drugs offences.
ONE in 10 Scottish 15-year-olds is spending more than £1,500 a year on drugs, alcohol and cigarettes, alarming new research has revealed.
The war on drugs has been an “absolute unmitigated failure - a disaster in this country.”
A newlywed wife can help determine whether her husband smokes marijuana, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
Over half of people think that cannabis should be legalised in Ireland, according to the results of a new poll by irishhealth.com.
Teenagers are five times more likely to have been offered illegal drugs than in the late 1980s.
Advertisements might work to warn young people off of cigarettes, but they’re not buying it when it comes to anti-pot ads, a new study says.
A HUGE increase in cocaine use was cited yesterday for the number of people on hard drugs in England and Wales rising to a record one million.