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Study Shows Rise in Weed-Related Emergency Room Visits Among Older Adults

A new study by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has revealed a dramatic spike in emergency room visits related to cannabis consumption among older…

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Normalization of Cannabis Shows Shift in Holiday Sales Patterns

New Frontier Data compared cannabis sales data for November 2021 and 2022. This indicates a change in sales patterns.in the meantime green wednesday is the third highest total sales in…

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New Poll Shows 9 Out Of 10 Americans Support Legal Pot

Nearly nine in 10 Americans believe cannabis should be legalized in some way, with a majority for recreational marijuana to be legal for adults, according to a new poll released…

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Majority of Nearly Every Subgroup in U.S. Favors Legal Pot, Gallup Poll Shows

Across 35 subgroups divided by ideology, religion and age, nearly every demographic had a majority support legal cannabis in the United States, with only two exceptions. Gallup recently released a…

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Only a Quarter of Virginia Drivers Said Driving on Pot is ‘Extremely Dangerous,’ Survey Shows

Virginia state officials released a recent study into the dangers of driving with cannabis, but it didn’t go as planned: The study says officials don’t know how safe it is…

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New Poll Shows Two-Thirds of Americans Support Legalizing Weed

More than two-thirds of Americans are in favor of legalizing small amounts of cannabis for personal use, according to poll results released Monday. It also showed broad support for a…

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New Study Shows Cannabis Users More Likely To Have Overactive Bladders

Scientists have regularly revisited the potential relationship between the bladder and cannabis, but we still have a lot to learn about cannabis and its possible effects on our bodies, for…

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New Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Cannabis Banking Legislation

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. voters support legislation that would allow the banking industry to provide financial services to legal cannabis businesses, according to recent poll results. In a study commissioned…

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New Study Shows Evidence That Low-Dose THC Could Help Treat Veteran PTSD

Research published in journals neuropharmacology A study by Wayne State University researchers showed evidence that low doses of THC can help treat people suffering from PTSD. This research is formallyCannabinoid…

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Study Shows 20% Increase in Frequency of Cannabis Consumption in Recreational States

New research published in the journal Addiction On August 24, we analyzed cannabis consumption data across the country, with a particular focus on adult identical twins.calledImpact of recreational cannabis legalization…

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Texas Poll Shows Majority Support Legalizing Recreational Weed

A majority of registered voters in Texas support legalizing recreational cannabis, according to statewide poll results released this week.of dallas morning news/University of Texas Tyler Paul Fifty-five percent of Texans…

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Study Shows Cannabis Users 55% Less Likely to Develop Common Liver Cancer

Cannabis is already used to treat cancer symptoms and cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy.However, recent study We have found that cannabis use may actually reduce your chances of…

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New Study Shows Mood, Mental Health Improved by Microdosing Psilocybin

Studies published in Science report On June 30, evidence was presented that silosbin mushrooms have a significant impact on participants’ mood and mental health. The study“Psilocybin microdosers observed improved mood…

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Fruit Fly Study Shows Psilocybin Produces Long-Lasting Antidepressant-Like Effect

A recently published study found that psilocybin may have long-term effects similar to those of miflies antidepressants, and the psychoactive compounds found in magic mushrooms will one day cause serious…

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