Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Maria Loreto

Maria Loreto is an editor for The Fresh Toast. She has experience writing about culture, TV and lifestyle and has written for different publications. She was born in Venezuela and is based in New York.

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5 Ways Marijuana Can Improve An Active Lifestyle

For many, marijuana is part of a well rounded lifestyle that includes nutrition, fitness and a balanced work life.

The Incredible Truth About Marijuana And Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer accounts for about 5% of all new cancer diagnoses in the U.S. each year and kills more than 16,000 individuals annually.

Senate Republicans Really Don’t Want SAFE Marijuana Banking, Or So They Say

Cannabis dispensaries remain a cash-only business as financial institutions fear that working with these companies could generate harsh penalties.

Study: Women Who Use Marijuana Regularly Have Better Sex

A  new study reveals that cannabis use has a positive impact on their sex lives.

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You Just Bought CBD Lotion — Now What?

CBD skincare products are so hot right now! But there are a few things you should know before slathering it on.

5 Quick Ways To Cope With Cannabis-Induced Anxiety

Remember, no matter how bad it gets, it’s all temporary and your attitude can have a huge impact for better or worse.

5 Ways To Turn Your Walk Into A Workout

Leisurely walks are a great excuse for leaving your house and getting some fresh air, but they're also good opportunities to burn calories.

7 Ways To Add CBD To Your Wellness Routine

With the current state of the world, a little CBD can go a long way in helping you ease stress, anxiety and physical aches and pains. 

Study: Women Who Use Marijuana Regularly Have Better Sex

A  new study reveals that cannabis use has a positive impact on their sex lives.

5 Apps To Help You Manage Your Anxiety

There's an app for everything nowadays, including treating anxiety and stress. It's a good option when your problem is not too serious or you can't afford to go to therapy.