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NASA Astronauts Are Plagued By Herpes, Says Study

Researchers theorize that exposure to micro gravity, cosmic radiation and the force of take-off and flight deeply affect subjects' immunity systems, making them more sensitive to viruses and bacteria.

What’s That Smell? Why Your Marijuana Smells Skunky

Have you ever wondered what gives cannabis that unique odor? And why does some weed reek of skunk or dirty socks and other times it has the refreshing aroma of lemons or pine?

Here’s The Best Way To Store Marijuana Over A Long Period...

Studies like this one help scientists understand how cannabis and its compounds work. These results could be used for legal and scientific purposes.

Researchers Have Statistical Proof That The Munchies Really Do Exist

Published in the Social Science Research Network, the study found sales of cookies, potato chips, and ice cream all increased in regions where recreational cannabis was legalized.

Study: Dogs Have Evolving Personalities Just Like Humans

The study, the largest of its kind, found correlations between important life events and changes in behavior — both for dogs and their human friends.

Can Yeast Actually Be Used To Create THC And CBD?

These test tube shenanigans are being conducted more as a way for scientists to gain a better understanding of THC and CBD.

Science: Regular Consumption Of Marijuana Keeps You Fit And Active

Here's a new health-related adage to consider: Regular consumption of marijuana (in whatever form) keeps you thin and active.

Talking To Your Dog Or Cat Means You’re Smart, Not Crazy

If people ever try to make you feel bad or dumb for talking to your dog or even your plants, don't listen to them. You can simply cite this study.

CBD Could Be Part Of The Next Wave Of Antidepressants, Suggests...

But it is going to take some doing for a CBD-based medicine to be recognized for its ability to treat depression in the United States.

Study Links Teen Marijuana Use With Adult Depression

The study found that teens who used marijuana at least once a week before the age of 18 are associated with a 37 percent increased risk of depression as adults.