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Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

A four-year Canadian study in Montreal that examined 4,000 teens in 31 high schools in Montreal and its suburbs found that when teens went from occasional marijuana use to weekly or daily use, their psychotic episodes became "more exaggerated and more frequent..." The study was done in light of Canada's plans to legalize recreational use… Continue reading Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

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Canadian pediatricians concerned marijuana legalization will harm kids

In 2010, the World Health Organization did a study where they discovered that 30% of Canadian kids had tried marijuana before they were 15. It was the highest rate among kids in all of North America and Europe. Canada is now on the cusp of legalizing the recreational use of cannabis nationally. That has pediatricians… Continue reading Canadian pediatricians concerned marijuana legalization will harm kids

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Experts in Spain report first ever confirmed victim of “devil’s breath” mind control drug

Majorca (Mallorca), Spain, has been confirmed as having the first scientifically proven victim of the mind control drug known as "devil's breath", which is called burundanga in Spain.  The drug, pharmaceutically called scopolamine, originates from South America, especially Colombia, and is derived from the Brugmansia shrub which is also known as the "angel's trumpet." The… Continue reading Experts in Spain report first ever confirmed victim of “devil’s breath” mind control drug

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Young men who desire womanhood are often depressed & drug-addicted

A study of 16-29-year-old men done in Chicago and Boston under an HIV prevention program found that these young men who were "transitioning" to become females commonly dealt with being depressed and wrestled with substance abuse. There were 298 participants in the study and all were involved in sexually risky behaviors (which is the PC… Continue reading Young men who desire womanhood are often depressed & drug-addicted

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What the frock? Parishioners sue gay priest who stole money for sinful pastimes

Warning: the following post may have some details that may make your stomach turn. Parishioners at a Bronx Catholic church are livid over what they allegedly discovered about the priest assigned to their parish. They have filed a lawsuit alleging that since 2003, as leader of their church and another church on Roosevelt Island, he stole… Continue reading What the frock? Parishioners sue gay priest who stole money for sinful pastimes

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Paris police arrest 3 people who used Jedi mind trick drug ‘devil’s breath’ to rob victims

A 42-year-old Chinese woman, a 59-year-old Chinese woman, and a 56-year old man were arrested by police in Paris after they victimized people for months by using scopolamine, popularly known as "devil's breath," a mind-altering drug that makes people compliant with any suggestion or command given to them. The three individuals are believed to be… Continue reading Paris police arrest 3 people who used Jedi mind trick drug ‘devil’s breath’ to rob victims

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Human inventions underscore the urgency of guarding our minds in the last days

Since God created man 6000 years ago, the forces of darkness have been busy inventing and inspiring ways to get in our heads to influence us, which is made easier by our sin nature we inherited from Adam and Eve.  Like the fruit on the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, many inventions… Continue reading Human inventions underscore the urgency of guarding our minds in the last days

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UK’s House of Lords hampers Liberal Democrat’s attempt to weaken drug laws

Liberal Democrat, Lord Brian Paddick, recently concocted a bill in the House of Lords calling for decriminalizing all drugs in the UK. His argument was that throwing people involved with drugs in jail was not working, but was actually causing drug use to increase. Paddick, a former cop, told his fellow legislators that the key to… Continue reading UK’s House of Lords hampers Liberal Democrat’s attempt to weaken drug laws

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Colorado Supreme Court: don’t want to be chronically unemployed? don’t use chronic

Although the state of Colorado legalized the use of marijuana for any purpose, the state's highest court today ruled that employers have the right to fire anyone who does not uphold the employer's anti-drug use policy. Even if the use of chronic is for medicinal purposes. The ruling upholds decisions made in the lower courts… Continue reading Colorado Supreme Court: don’t want to be chronically unemployed? don’t use chronic

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Researchers: psychedelic drugs have no link to mental health issues

Two scientists in Norway, Pal-Orjan Johansen and Teri Suzanne Krebs,  released their findings on March 5 in the Journal of Psychopharmacology to a study done centering around the effects of psychedelic drugs like LSD and mushrooms on an individual's mental health. They concluded that there was no known substantiated link between such drugs and a… Continue reading Researchers: psychedelic drugs have no link to mental health issues