Brea Mosley

Brea Mosley is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

How Medical Marijuana Can Slow the Progression Of Huntington’s Disease

Huntington’s disease is a fatal disorder that causes a breakdown of the nerve cells and diminishes a person’s physical and mental abilities.

Pancreatic Cancer: What Role Does Marijuana Play In Treatment?

A study suggests that cannabinoids could potentially help treat pancreatic cancer, despite its aggressiveness. Find out how.

Marijuana May Be The Hero Psoriasis Patients Need

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes itchy, red scale to appear on the skin, is no stranger to the three million people who suffer from it.

Study: Marijuana Slows Down The Growth Of Breast Cancer Tumors

It is no secret that breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women. One in eight women will be diagnosed at some point in their life.

Cervical Cancer And Marijuana: What You Need To Know

A new study suggests that cannabis may treat cervical cancer, and we show you what you need to know to keep your loved ones safe.

How Marijuana Can Be A Practical Ally Against Chronic Stress

Can low doses of THC can work like an antidepressant by increasing serotonin, the neurotransmitter that affects mood? Depression might be helped after all.

How Medical Marijuana Can Help Those With ADD And ADHD Focus

From hyperactivity to impulses and inattentiveness, ADD and ADHD are most common in children but can persist in adult years.

Here’s What You Do If Your Dog Accidentally Gets High

There are countless ways your dog accidentally gets high. These things happen. So what do you do if your pup gets high? First, don’t freak out.

Here’s Why Marijuana Can Have a Huge Impact on Leukemia Patients

Leukemia is the cancer attributed to attacking bone marrow and blood. A study revealed that THC has the “potent” ability to induce apoptosis.

Medical Marijuana Vs. Brain Cancer: What’s On The Horizon

But how does cannabis fare among one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer? According to a study, very well.