Health & Wellness

Study: Canadian MJ Legalization Has No Association with Increasing Psychosis Rates

As cannabis reform moves forward in Western countries, there is growing debate over cannabis-induced psychosis, with regular use of cannabis and highly concentrated products potentially worsening mental health symptoms as…

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Department of Defense To Track Military Overdoses, Provide NARCAN

Under the new law, the Department of Defense will begin tracking overdoses within the U.S. military in 2024 and begin providing naloxone to service members in 2025. Historically, military overdose…

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30,000 Papers on Cannabis Published By Scientists in Last Decade

The wave of legalization that has swept the United States over the past decade has coincided with a surge in published research on cannabis. That's the discovery that was unearthed.…

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Doctors Warn About Emergence of ‘Trip-Killers’

If you have a bad psychedelic trip, it may be better to ride it out than to take additional medications to quell it. In fact, it may be more dangerous.…

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Study Shows Evidence that CBD-Infused Tampons Are Effective for Treating Menstrual Pain

New research published in Journal of Endometriosis and Uterine Disease recently investigated the effectiveness of CBD tampons as a treatment for severe menstrual cramps and associated pain. in “Efficacy and…

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Study: More Daylight Creates Less Risk for Mental Health Disorders

As we move through this dark season of winter, there’s been a lot of talk about seasonal affective disorder and tackling the feelings of depression that come with reduced daylight…

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Global CBD Market to Hit $36B Over Next Decade, Report Predicts

The popularity of CBD and other hemp-derived compounds continues to soar in sales. A new report predicts the CBD market will exceed $36 billion by 2033. According to Market.us, the…

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Hemp Cannabinoids Could Be Source of New Pesticides

Recent research into the potential uses of hemp indicates that the cannabinoids it produces could one day serve as a source of new natural pesticides, according to researchers at Cornell…

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Five Ways To Boost Your Endocannabinoid System

leafy vegetables shutter stock If you don’t have a good reason already, add more leafy greens to your diet. Studies have shown that leafy vegetables rich in the terpene beta-caryophyllene…

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Drug Makers Struggle to Replace Stimulants with Non-Addictive Alternatives

Unfortunately, the same drugs that have a high potential for abuse are also the drugs that are most effective for certain individuals with neurobehavioral disorders. According to GlobalData, without comparable…

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Study: CBD’s Anti-Inflammatory, Neurological Benefits Could Provide Alzheimer’s Relief

Cannabidiol (CBD) is known and widely used for a variety of potential effects, including pain relief, sleep, stress and anxiety reduction, and anti-seizure properties. The list goes on. Non-psychoactive cannabinoids…

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New Study Suggests Cannabis Does Not Help Opioid Use Disorder

Longitudinal studies of opioid addiction and cannabis use have found little or no evidence that cannabis use helps addicts reduce or stop long-term intake of illicit opioids. of studyThe study,…

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Report: 90% of Virginia Med Patients Obtain Weed Outside of State’s Medical Market

It is not uncommon for residents of states that have not yet enacted marijuana laws to travel and obtain marijuana through out-of-state dispensaries. However, some states in the South appear…

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Study: MMJ, Opioids Comparable in Treating Pain––Weed Carries More ‘Holistic’ Relief

There are many recent studies supporting the effectiveness of medical marijuana. Certainly a suitable alternative to opioids, many users find that they are able to completely reduce or eliminate their…

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Study: Cannabis Use During Pregnancy May Lead to Low Birth Weight, Preterm Birth

A new study finds that babies exposed to cannabis in the womb may be at higher risk for certain adverse birth outcomes, such as low birth weight and preterm birth.…

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Avoid ‘Diet Weed,’ Johns Hopkins Expert Says

The cannabis-derived cannabinoid market is hotter than ever, but experts warn that people need to learn about the fundamental differences between delta-8 and delta-9 THC products. high times It was…

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New AI Model Can Identify Designer, Research Drugs on the Fly

A prestigious science award has been awarded to a man who has created a new generative AI language model that can identify the exact chemical structure of designer drugs, even…

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Study Shows Significant Brain Recovery Following Alcohol Abstinence

the study, Published in a magazine in August alcoholfocused on how long-term abstinence can reverse the effects of cortical thinning in the brains of people with alcohol use disorders. “Several…

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Scientists Find Weed Traces in 17th Century Italian Skeletons

Researchers in Italy examined bones unearthed from a 17th-century cemetery and found evidence of cannabis use by residents of Milan hundreds of years ago. In the research report, the scientists…

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NASA Is Trying To Extract Oxygen From Space Rocks So Future Astronauts Can Breathe

NASA is seeking input from the lunar and scientific communities on how to convert lunar soil and other natural compounds into oxygen, and is taking steps to prepare for future…

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