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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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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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Study Reveals California Law Enforcement More Likely To Arrest Black Teens

Annual report published on January 1 Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board (RIPA) made a number of observations about law enforcement officers in California. This is his sixth report since…

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Rat Study Examines Psilocybin as Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Little by little, researchers are investigating the effects of psilocybin on people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and evidence continues to grow showing the compound’s promise in treating symptoms. With…

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U.S. Youth Ditch Alcohol for Cannabis in Record Numbers, Study Says

Young Americans are smoking more marijuana than ever before, but the same data show that they are also quitting their drinking habits, raising questions about whether society as a whole…

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Study: Cannabis Has ‘Uniquely Beneficial Effects’ on People With Bipolar Disorder

Psychotherapy and medications are usually recommended for the treatment of certain disorders, such as bipolar disorder. new research found that cannabis can have “unique beneficial effects” in affected people. About…

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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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U.K. Researchers Launch Study Exploring Weed’s Effects on the Brain

British researchers are now recruiting volunteers for a study designed to investigate the effects of cannabis on the human brain. Paid for participation in research conducted as part of the…

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Study Examines If CBD Buffers THC’s Effects

a study published on wednesday neuropsychology We tried to determine if CBD reduced the negative effects of THC, such as paranoia and memory loss, but found little evidence to support…

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Canadian University Granted License To Study Psilocybin Mushrooms

Dr. Max Jones and Dr. Gale Bozzo, two professors at UG’s Ontario Agricultural College (Department of Plant Agriculture), October 25thThis license permits the cultivation of psilocybin mushrooms and was one…

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Study: Cannabis Use Not A Risk Factor in Liver Transplants

Patients who have smoked weed are often denied potentially life-saving liver transplants. new research It shows that take-ups should not be considered a risk factor for surgery. A study published…

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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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Republican Congressmen Push for Environmental Impact Study on Cannabis

Rep. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter (Republican-Georgia) and Doug Lambourne (Republican-Colorado) attempted to portray cannabis as an environmentally unfriendly plant, stats from several studies, including those from over a decade ago.…

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Study: CBD Oil Safe, Effective for Autism Patients

CBD oil could be an effective treatment option for people with autism. According to a new study published late last month,. A case study conducted by a team of Canadian…

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King’s College London Begins 6,000-Person Study on Cannabis, Mental Health

Recently ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the UK, King’s College London announced We plan to launch a study to examine the effects of cannabis on mental…

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New Study Suggests Expectations May Drive Effects of Microdosing Psilocybin

According to the results of a recently published double-blind study by researchers affiliated with the University of Buenos Aires, the positive effects of microdosing of psilocybin may be driven by…

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Study Finds Cannabis Consumers Experienced Less Severe COVID-19 Symptoms

of cannabis research journal We recently published a new study that claims cannabis can help reduce symptoms of COVID-19. the study, “Cannabis consumption is associated with reduced COVID-19 severity in…

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Biotech Firm Launches Trial To Study LSD As Treatment For Anxiety

The New York-based biotech company has begun a clinical trial studying LSD as a treatment for anxiety, and announced last week that it was giving hallucinogenic drugs to patients enrolled…

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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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