Tuesday, January 24, 2023

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From Slaughter To Sativa: Livestock Farmers Are Switching To Cannabis

The profits from livestock can be a fraction of the earning potential of cannabis.

A BA In MMJ? How American Universities Are Attracting New Students With Marijuana Degrees

Colleges and universities across America are adding cannabis-based degrees to their curriculum

Judge Apologizes After Berating Elderly Cancer Patient For Ridiculous Reason

Her behavior was captured on Zoom and went viral on social media.

These People Have The Most Sex, According To New Poll

A new study discovered a very specific subset of people who have more sex than others. The results are very interesting.

Wine Vs. Cannabis: How Social Inequity Differs In Both Industries

As the cannabis industry develops, it’s hard not to make comparisons to other industries that had gone legit after years in the shadows.

3 Tips For Sharing Weed In The Midst Of A Pandemic

While there's no need for you to stop smoking altogether, there are a few things you should account for when consuming cannabis

5 States That Could Allow Sports Betting In 2022

Wherever you consume sports content nowadays, it’s becoming increasingly harder to avoid insights about wagers related to games. 

Omicron 2022: What Parents Should Know About Sending Their Kids Back To School

As schools start welcoming students, many parents have unanswered questions about safety protocols and protective measures. 

What 2021 Taught Us About Young People And Cannabis Use

Cannabis often has education gaps, and youth consumption may be the most concerning at this time.

This Is The Reason Why Omicron Is Less Severe, According To Studies

A new batch of studies suggests why the COVID-19 Omicron variant is more transmissible and less harmful than its predecessors.

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