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Study Finds Cannabis Users Have Lower Chance of Cognitive Decline

Cannabis use is associated with lower rates of subjective cognitive decline (SCD), according to a new study by researchers at the State University of New York (SUNY). The study found…

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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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Cannabis Use Not Associated with Greater Risk of Heart Attack, Study Finds

Cannabis use is not associated with an increased risk of heart attack in middle-aged adults, according to data published in . Journal of the American College of Cardiology, NORML report.…

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A Balm For Baldness? Study Finds Hemp Topical Solutions May Trigger Hair Growth

For generations, medical professionals have sought treatments to combat the effects of hair loss. newly published research It suggests that the answer may come in the form of hemp-derived topical…

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Middle Aged Women Using Cannabis To Alleviate Menopause, Survey Finds

Middle-aged Canadian women are increasingly turning to cannabis to alleviate menopause-related symptoms, according to a newly published paper. research. investigation The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta,…

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Recent Report Finds Cannabis as Most Used Substance in Europe

The European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) report “Cannabis – State of Europe (European Drug Report 2023)” describes cannabis as “the most commonly consumed illicit drug in…

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Feeling High Correlates with Greater Symptom Relief for Medical Cannabis Patients, Study Finds

A study published in a journal by the University of New Mexico (UNM) Pharmacology frontier They found that patients who got high after using cannabis often experienced greater symptom relief.…

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Government Study Finds Aboriginal Australians More Likely To Be Charged For Pot

New study by government agency In Australia, it emphasizes that indigenous people in the country are treated very differently than non-indigenous people if caught by police for cannabis use. The…

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Report on Trucking, Cannabis Finds Most Drivers Support Testing Reform

The impact of cannabis legalization on the trucking industry, the recent decline in drivers due to strict rules on drug use in drug testing, is already well documented. But a…

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New Study Finds Cannabis A Safe, Effective Treatment For Cancer Pain

A new study led by a team of researchers from Ireland, the United States and Canada has determined that medical cannabis is a safe and effective treatment for pain caused…

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Study of Five U.S. Cities Finds Dispensaries Strictly Enforce ID Verification Laws

As a still young industry, many are familiar with the strict compliance protocols that come with cannabis today. To do so, you must comply with a set of regulations enforced…

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Study Finds CBD Curbs Opioid Cravings in Female Rats

Studies and data show that THC-containing cannabis use tends to help people reduce or eliminate opioid use, generally for symptom management when cannabis serves as a suitable substitute. is confirming.…

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Study Finds Significant Increase in Medical Cannabis Use in U.S.

Although most states now allow medical marijuana treatment, new research found that its use has increased sharply over the past decade. the study, According to a paper published this month…

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Patients Turn to Cannabis for Tinnitus Relief, Study Finds

Tinnitus sufferers commonly seek relief from cannabis use, according to a new study. the study, was published last month in Journal of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgerycalled the first…

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Data Finds Hemp Hulls Contain Bioactive Compounds Supporting Gut Health

Hemp has many industrial uses, and while some consumers may tout the benefits of consuming hemp for constipation, high cholesterol, eczema, arthritis, and other conditions, these Evidence to support its…

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Long-Term Study of Twins Finds No Link Between Legalization, Drug Abuse

Gateway theory again – the belief that cannabis use leads to other drugs, popularized about 40 years ago—This time, using twins as controls, we found no evidence of worsening substance…

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Clinical Trial Finds Cannabis Oil is Well-Tolerated, Effective Insomnia Treatment

Many will attest to the sedative and relaxing effects of cannabis as a sleep aid, with countless additional studies. now, new research Published in Journal of Sleep Research Short-term use…

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Study Finds Weed Cases Are Clogging Pennsylvania Courts

Marijuana-related criminal cases are weighing on Pennsylvania’s district courts, unnecessarily straining scarce law enforcement resources, according to a new study by the Justice Reform Advocacy Group. of Lehigh Valley Justice…

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Study Finds Link Between Cannabis Use, Greater Physical Activity in HIV+ Patients

Marijuana use is associated with increased physical activity in people living with HIV. According to a study published last month. The findings, by a team of researchers from Brown University,…

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Half of Dentists Say Patients Arrive to Checkups Stoned, Survey Finds

Apparently, so many cannabis users employ this strategy before dental appointments that the American Dental Association (ADA) suggests that patients abstain from cannabis use prior to the visit. Additionally, a…

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