Tag Archives: drugs
Following the allegations of cheating, has Lance Armstrong’s reputation been destroyed forever? Lucie Henson reports.
Drugs, alcohol and excess was all part of being in a rock band in the ‘80s. Rebecca Caroline examines why 30 years later things have changed.
Scandal is engulfing the Lincoln City Council after it emerged staff have been falsifying timesheets and sexually harassing colleagues, among other things.
Following its connection with the deaths of two Lincolnshire teenagers, the legal high mephedrone, otherwise known as Meow Meow, has been banned since Monday, April 19th.
Mephedrone is a new legal high beginning to cross clubs all over the UK. Candi Hindocha looks into the new drug, and the dangers behind taking it.
The cervical cancer vaccine, known as the HPV jab, has been given to more than a million young girls in the UK. While there has been some concern, the jab is extremely safe.
The use of perscription drugs as study aids has been criticised by the Director of Student Services at the University of Lincoln.
Alcohol causes about 15,000 deaths per year, whilst Ecstasy causes just 30. Should we stop listening to the politicians’ anti-drug advice?