Of all the good things marijuana can do for you -- enhance your hearing at reggae concerts, make you fall in love with otherwise unattractive people, inspire you say profound things while sitting in a hot tub -- this one is pretty amazing.
Researchers using five years worth of National Health and N ... More >>
Medical marijuana -- what is it good for? Absolutely nothin'.
That's the conclusion of recent research out of the University of Arizona, conducted for the Department of Health Services in an effort to determine if that state's pot law should cover an ever-increasing list of ailments. N ... More >>
A Canadian doctor who wants to legalize ecstasy says the drug is safe and that it's only the adulterated version of MDMA you find on the street that can kill you.
But doctors at Los Angeles emergency rooms have told us that pure ecstasy can kill, including causing vital oxygen deprivation to organs ... More >>
One of the reasons Electric Daisy Carnival moved to Las Vegas last year was the scrutiny (and subsequent scandal) sparked following the ecstasy overdose death of a 15-year-old attendee in 2010. Turns out she had sneaked into the party.
Since then, organizers have had to come to terms with with the ... More >>
Lots of crazies get in trouble in our fair city, and lots of those crazies are also nude. Just this week a naked man (above) climbed a radio tower in downtown L.A. and threatened to jump.
Do they have this problem in, say, North Dakota? What is it about L.A. that brings out the unhinged unclothed? ... More >>
YouTubeWinning streak.We give this guy big points for figuring out a way -- Hollywood comedy-flick-style -- of getting on a football field unnoticed in order to perform his big prank:
Taking off most of his clothes and streaking just before halftime at UCLA's game against the University of A ... More >>
MAPSShould soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan get treated for post-traumatic stress disorder with ... weed?
A proposal to study whether or not marijuana can help vets cope with PTSD is gaining steam. The New York Times took a look at the idea from the California-based Multidiscipli ... More >>