In his 2000 adaptation of Hubert Selby Jr.’s novel, Darren Aronofsky creates a disturbing vision of isolation and addiction that remains just as today, writes James McCafferty
The events will call on the government to “take drugs seriously” by promoting a transformation of current drug policy
This study is thought to lead to the development of a more efficient treatment in some patients, and represents a major step towards fighting AML, a rare form of blood cancer with a high mortality rate
A new vaping-related illness has afftected at least 530 people, the CDC said last week, bringing the latest fatality to nine
Contributor Kit Delamain talks culture, identity, the loss of passion and the importance of the man
Tom Allen looks at antibiotics, and if it is time to reform the way in which we use them
The popular Fallowfield convenience store has been raided after numerous intelligence submissions claiming that the shop was selling nitrous oxide to residents
One year on from Manchester City Council’s revised vision on tackling homelessness, I asked if any productive changes been made. Sean Proudman, who has been homeless for four years, spoke about his experience of rough sleeping and the support he has received.
Alexia Pieretti reviews An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the King’s Arms as part of MIFTA
James Owen takes a look at athletics’ most recent doping scandal
The pills sold to students contained medication for diarrhea and Athlete’s Foot
Last week, two stabbings occurred near Piccadilly Gardens in one night
The synthetic drug problem across Europe and North America has been created inadvertently by scientific journals’ research
Leah Marlow compares the differing actions of Buckinghamshire University and the University of Manchester in response to the NUS report revealing the prevalence of recreational use of drugs at Universities
Drug purity testing kits have been introduced by the SU in an effort to promote safe substance usage.
£800,000 worth of drugs were sold on the dark web