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New analysis of alcohol and cannabis – what’s the harm?

12th April 2018

Jason Reed breaks down DrugScience's recent analysis on cannabis and alcohol regulatory options which concludes that state regulated legalisation holds the most promise for reducing drug-related harm

No laughing matter: how the anti-nitrous oxide campaign is a disingenuous waste of time and money

11th October 2017

Nitrous oxide returns to the news, providing an opportunity to discuss its harms and ask quite frankly: why are we wasting money on enforcing the ban when it kills fewer people than lightning strikes?

‘Scotch mist’: the ongoing saga of Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing

21st December 2016

Eric Carlin discusses the health benefits of Minimum Unit Pricing and the resistance faced from 'Big Alcohol'

Scheduling clash: revisiting ketamine (and legislation) harms

10th December 2013

There's more than one way to skin a cat

3rd July 2013

Popular intoxicants – how do alcohol and cannabis compare?

29th September 2011

Evidence based policy? Why banning mephedrone may not have reduced harms to users

19th September 2011

Damming the flood: 21 principles to underpin a new approach to alcohol

22nd August 2010

Precaution or perversion: eight harms of the precautionary principle

23rd June 2010

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