ON a programme looking at the effects of a mind-altering drug
, it might not have been wise for Jon Snow to wear such a brightly coloured tie.
Miami police have warned of a potent new mind-altering drug
called "Cloud Nine," after a snarling homeless man threatened to eat two officers a week after a grisly face-gnawing attack.
While there were many young people who experimented with hallucinogenic drugs in the 1960s, how does one explain full professors enticing young people into mind-altering drug
experiments in the name of science--at what was arguably America's most prestigious institution of higher learning?
He uncovered a terrible effort to push a mind-altering drug
on children at the most vulnerable time in their lives.
He had a medical emergency at work in February 2008 related to the mind-altering drug
One can only hope that those who minimize the potential effects of this mind-altering drug
never suffer those effects in their own lives.
Disturbing footage of people experiencing the effects of the mind-altering drug
can be found on sites like YouTube and the latest trend appears to have started in America.
There are numerous health risks and other inconsistencies associated with the use of this kind of mind-altering drug
In the years when I could have had access to the mind-altering drug
, I was studying to be an accountant.
Alcohol is a mind-altering drug
which affects your ability to judge situations, recognise danger and reduces your speed of response.
Davis gave the patient samples of Haldol, a potentially dangerous antipsychotic, mind-altering drug
The author, Vidya Bhushan Gupta, MD, MPH, FAAP, writes in his Foreword, "I have discussed the controversy surrounding the use of Ritalin and tried to dispel myths surrounding ADD and Ritalin: `ADD is not a disease; it is simply a difference of temperament;' `ADD is due to poor parenting;' `Ritalin is a mind-altering drug
like speed;' `Don't give Ritalin to your children because they will get hooked on it.