Friday, January 17, 2020

Kathryn Jezer-Morton

Kathryn Jezer-Morton is a PhD student in Sociology at Concordia University and head of communications at the Milieux Institute for Art, Culture and Technology at Concordia. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Globe and Mail, Next City, and elsewhere.

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Eating Raw Marijuana Won’t Get You High, But Here’s What It Will Do

Raw marijuana doesn't have THC, but this doesn't mean that the the plant in it's natural state isn't healthy or worth trying out.

The Fascinating Role Marijuana Plays In Sex

Experts have some fascinating news about weed and our sex drives, and it's not quite what we all expected.

Heavy Marijuana Users Are More Dangerous Drivers — Even When Sober

Researchers found those who heavily use cannabis before the age of 16 displayed more impulsive, reckless driving.

Mexican Cartels Are Now Smuggling Cannabis Oil

Unlike marijuana products available in legal markets, smuggled and black markets are not tested for potency or toxins, putting consumers at risk.

Smoking Marijuana For The First Time: A Beginner’s Guide

There’s no predicting how you’ll first react to the herb, so the best way to go is to start slow and know what you’re smoking or otherwise ingesting.

NFL Exploring CBD As Possible Treatment For Football Players

The NFL is remaining open to CBD, but remains firm there's not enough evidence and research to recommend it for players.

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It’s Complicated: Why We Can’t Seem To Break Up With Facebook

Lately I can’t log onto Facebook without being asked to consider my own motivations for using the site.