Health & Wellness

Study Finds Highly Processed Foods Are as Addictive as Heroin, Cocaine

New research shows that highly processed foods can be as addictive as heroin, cocaine, and nicotine, and some health experts say they It calls for warning labels to be placed…

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New Study Reveals Potential Benefits of Cannabis for COVID-19 Patients

Years after the height of the pandemic, new research provides evidence of the benefits of cannabis for COVID-19 patients. Researchers concluded that cannabis consumers affected by COVID-19 had “favorable outcomes…

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Former Steeler Ryan Shazier and Sugarloaf Unveil CBD Products

Sugarloaf Organics, a hemp cultivation and extraction facility located in northeastern Pennsylvania, is partnering with former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker and NFL Pro Bowler Ryan Shazer. Steel City Greats Ryan Shazer…

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Study: AI Can Tell if You’re Stoned by Reading Your Smartphone Data

A new study used artificial intelligence to predict cannabis disorder with surprisingly high accuracy based on biometric data captured by smartphone sensors. Researchers at the Stevens Institute of Technology recently…

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Study: Cannabis Use Associated With Lower Kidney Stone Risk in Male Users

Chinese researchers recently investigated the relationship between kidney stone rates in male cannabis users and men who do not consume cannabis, and found that male cannabis use was, in fact,…

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Cannabeginners: The Family Cannabaceae

Despite their small size, the Cannabis family has had a huge impact on human history. From the various uses of cannabis and hemp to the importance of hops in beer…

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Professional Association Recognizes Cannabis Nursing as a Specialty Practice

The American Nurses Association (ANA) announced last week that it has officially recognized cannabis nursing as a professional practice. The American Cannabis Nurses Association (ACNA) defines cannabis nursing as a…

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USDA Approves Low-THC Hemp Plants for U.S. Production, Breeding

A variety of hemp plants that have been genetically modified to produce little or no THC have been approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to be safe to grow…

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Cannabis Companies, Breast Cancer Organizations Join Forces for Breast Cancer Awareness

by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention According to the (CDC), 240,000 women and 2,100 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Of these, an estimated 42,000 women and…

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Cannabeginners: Cannabinoids Without the Cannabis

Although cannabinoids are named after the cannabis plant, cannabis is not the only cannabinoid or chemical that interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Research dating back more than 40 years…

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Survey Shows ‘Striking Positive Shift in Attitudes’ Toward Psychedelics Among Psychiatrists

According to Psychiatrists in the United States, they are increasingly accepting of psychedelic therapy. Newly published research. The study was published last month in the journal psychedelic medicinerevealed a significant…

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Heavy Cannabis Use Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Problems in Canadian Study

New study finds people diagnosed with ‘cannabis use disorder’ are about 60% more likely to experience certain heart conditions than adults of the same age and gender without the same…

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Ketamine Therapy Offered as Employee Health Benefit Nationwide

A company that provides workplace insurance for psychedelic therapy nationwide recently partnered with two new companies to expand its network and offer ketamine-assisted therapy nationwide as a health benefit. did.…

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Orbiting Space Drug Factory Denied Re-Entry to Earth

The U.S. Air Force has denied permission to re-enter and land on a floating pharmaceutical factory that appears to have been orbiting Earth to produce zero-gravity medicine since June. It…

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Man with Tourette Syndrome Pleads with NHS To Increase Cannabis Prescriptions

Conor Ryder, a man with Tourette syndrome from Dorset, UK, is appealing to the government to make medical cannabis more accessible through the NHS. BBC reported. He now spends thousands…

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Study: Self-Made Human Cannabinoids May Be Key To Treating Stress-Related Disorders

We already know that humans have their own endocannabinoid system designed to regulate many bodily functions using numerous cannabinoid receptors that interact with compounds such as THC and CBD found…

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Study Links Simultaneous Cannabis, Tobacco Use to Depression, Anxiety

new study They found that Americans who regularly use cannabis and tobacco have about twice the risk of developing symptoms of depression and anxiety compared to non-users. Lead researcher Nguyen…

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DEA Doubles Down on Decision To Fire Agent Who Tried To Replace Opioids With CBD

The Drug Enforcement Administration recently defended its decision to fire an “outstanding” special agent who was fired earlier this year for using CBD oil instead of painkillers, a decision that…

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Medical Pot Patients Enjoy Improved Quality Of Life, Lower Pain, Anxiety And Depression, Research Shows

A recent Australian study of over 2,300 people with chronic health conditions showed interesting improvements in overall quality of life within the first three months of using medical cannabis. has…

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Survey: Nearly One-Third of Cancer Patients Use MJ, Most Say Symptoms Improved

a new researchconducted by researchers affiliated with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and published in the journal. Supportive care in cancersought the perspectives of 1,258 cancer…

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