AIDS

Medical Cannabis May Be Essential Tool For People With HIV

The journal Clinical Infectious Disease released data that shows cannabis may be able to reduce systemic inflammation and immune activation for those involved with antiretroviral therapy (ART).

Researchers Get $3.2 Million To Study HIV And Marijuana

Researchers at the the University of Florida received a $3.2 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to study HIV and marijuana.

New Study Shows Marijuana Indeed Helps HIV-Positive Patients

Alcohol and stimulants shorten the lives of HIV-positive patients. A new study says that the same cannot be said of cannabis.

Medical Marijuana Can Help With Cancer-Related Weight Loss

Among other medical properties first recognized in marijuana, physicians of ancient India spoke about cannabis’s power to counter weight loss.

Study: Patients Are Dumping Traditional Medicine For CBD

More than 40 percent of those who consume high-CBD forms of cannabis stopped using traditional pharmaceutical medications.

Blacks And Latinos Comprise 85% Of Marijuana Arrests In NYC

The Marijuana Arrests Research Project shows that marijuana possession arrests under Mayor de Blasio continue to be marked by high racial disparities.