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Carmen Heredia Rodriguez

Carmen Heredia Rodriguez is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Why Hair Follicle Drug Tests Are Hard To Pass

Hair follicle drug tests are some of the most accurate ways of detecting if someone habitually consumes marijuana.

Marijuana Hangovers Are Real: What You Need To Know

Although there is not much scientific evidence proving the existence of the marijuana hangover, anyone who has ever had an overly ambitious night with a fat sack of grass will tell you that it is real.

How To Use Marijuana To Help You Fall Asleep

Research suggests marijuana can help you fall asleep, but habitual use could lead to some problems.

Why Are Cannabis Users Skinnier Than Non-Users?

One theory is that cannabis can influence a person's level of insulin, thus, influencing their waistline.

Reality Check: What The Feds Get Wrong About Marijuana

Some government agencies consider marijuana the worst drug on the planet and even claim there is no such thing as medical marijuana.

Here’s A Primer On Marijuana Tampons

Cannabis tampons may lack scientific research, but they've amassed tons of support over a short period of time.

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Here’s Why Baby Boomer Marijuana Use Is Skyrocketing

Baby boomers are getting high in increasing numbers, reflecting growing acceptance of the drug as treatment for various medical conditions, according to a study published Monday in the journal Addiction.

Study: The 50-And-Over Set No Longer Perceive Marijuana As Dangerous

The findings reveal overall use among the 50-and-older study group increased “significantly” from 2006 to 2013. Marijuana users peaked between ages 50 to 64, then declined among the 65-and-over crowd.