“… Is [cannabis] good for you? It's hard to find the literature that suggests that. Is it neutral for you? Maybe, for some people. Is it harmful for some people? Absolutely."
Tag: bad information
The so-called sober homes turned out to be dilapidated houses in and around Phoenix, offering little or nothing in the way of services and featuring plenty of drug use– even trafficking. All paid for by Medicaid, to the tune of hundreds of millions in Federal funds.Read More
…there could have been dozens if not hundreds of articles and TV features actively promoting incorrect information. Conditioning the audience against newer and more accurate findings, if they contradicted what had become popular belief.Read More
I was surprised to learn that the antidepressant effects of ketamine were completely blocked by naltrexone, an opioid antagonist. That certainly suggests ketamine is making use of the brain’s opioid systems…Read More
I saw our country as a nation that had no clue what drug abuse and addiction were about, yet rushed ahead to ‘fix’ it and made exactly the sort of mistakes that people make when they’re desperate for a solution to a problem they never really understood in the first place.Read More
Bad intent is not required for an article or broadcast segment to qualify as potentially harmful misinformation. It only needs to be present in the most provocative way in the right forum.Read More