Some people drive high.
They shouldn't, but they're high, so they don't really know what's good for them and what isn't.
Should they get stopped by police, the long nose of the law can sometimes sniff the presence of marijuana in their car.
Should they happen to have nosed their way into some cocaine, there might be traces of white powder around their nostrils.
As yet, though, there hasn't been a machine that can detect the presence of such drugs on one's breath, as there is for alcohol.
Scientists in Sweden, however, believe they have made some progress in creating such a device.… Read more