Drug abuse cannot be stopped with handcuffs, illegality or repression. Regardless of the potential threat these substances impose on the individual and society, the policy […]
HIV-positive mothers are now less likely to transmit the virus to their offspring thanks to the work of VCU professor Frank Gupton and his team of researchers from across the country.
At this point in the semester, our classes are in full swing and Cabell Library is becoming a familiar second home for many of us as late-night studying and all-night cram sessions grow in prevalence.
Legislation that would protect Virginians reporting drug overdoses was introduced earlier this month after years of lobbying by a VCU student organization, but the bill will have to wait until the 2015 General Assembly session to be heard.
In the last few months, five young people on the East Coast have died after using the drug Molly, catapulting it into the national spotlight. While the drug isn’t new, it’s making a comeback in cities with a thriving rave culture like Richmond.