A new study found that cannabis consumption rates amongst adults aged 65 and older had the largest increase, suggesting that older adult generations may be able to work longer and experience a well-being boost due to cannabis consumption.
A new paper published this week demonstrates medical marijuana laws and the opioid epidemic don't have the relationship that we think they do.
Recently there has been interest in prostate cancer and treatment with cannabis. I have treated men with prostate cancer for over 35 years.
Have we just witnessed the first recorded marijuana death in the United States or is something else going on here?
Published in the highly regarded Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) this week, Morris’ op-ed documents how medical institutions have failed to teach clinicians how cannabis could help their patients.
Researchers found that the higher the frequency adolescents used cannabis, the lower they scored on memory tests, inhibition control, and reasoning.
Scientists found that marijuana users had lower risk of death, going into shock, and artery surgeries after experiencing a heart attack.
Colorado State University researchers found that treating epileptic dogs with CBD greatly reduced their seizures.
A recent study suggested that CBD curbed cravings in people with opioid dependence. It's one of the first double-blind controlled trials, the gold standard for drug research, to show benefit of using CBD outside epilepsy treatment.