95% of respondents reported positive effects, in a study that looked at both prescription and black market cannabis use.
Watch fascinating talks and panel discussions from our 2023 Parliamentary Symposium.
A new University of Otago drug harm ranking study has identified alcohol as the most harmful drug in New Zealand
Sharing our new ingoa Māori and destigmatising drug kupu
A hāpori (community) from Rangiwaho marae in Tairāwhiti Gisborne is embarking on a ground-breaking study that will explore using the indigenous Psilocybe weraroa fungus as a potential treatment for members of their community dealing with me
Our findings from our first full year as a licensed drug checking provider.
Ahead of summer, here's a look at what's showing up at drug checking clinics across Aotearoa.
New data shows fatal overdoses have increased by 54% in the last five years
Too many kiwis are still buying medicinal cannabis on the black market. We asked two leading experts for some harm reduction tips to keep them safer.
Drug Foundation executive director Sarah Helm discusses recent fentanyl overdoses in Wairarapa and how we can avoid fentanyl deaths in future.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission want your feedback on the future of mental health in Aotearoa.
ASH’s new Year 10 Survey provides a solid statistical evidence base of what is happening with smoking and vaping amongst young people