With the recent legalization of marijuana sales in New Jersey, poison control experts are reminding drivers that legal medicines and substances such as cannabis can make driving unsafe. “It’s widely known that alcohol use affects a person’s ability to drive, but many everyday products and substances cause serious side effects that make drivers feel different when they’re behind the wheel,” said Diane Calello, the executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center, a division of the department of emergency medicine at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Calello discussed substances that people should use with caution when driving. To read the full story.