Isolation, cabin-fever and stress are affecting all of us to different degrees. While some have acclimated to this change, others are experiencing a lot of discomfort.
New or occasional users were more likely to experience adverse reactions from smoking marijuana than frequent users, researchers reported.
It's important to stay relatively healthy during these stressful times, especially since COVID-19 is expected to stay with us for an undetermined amount of time.
A staggering 73.7% of users surveyed credited relieving anxious and stressful symptoms as reason for their higher usage.
As the coronavirus spreads, individuals in self-quarantine might feel the effects of cabin fever compounded on top of the winter months that have just passed.
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This approach streamlines billing for COVID, allowing hospitals and clinics to focus on their patients’ health and not highly-technical billing.
Health officials are now warning marijuana and vape users to reconsider their habits amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Due to COVID-19 and its impact on the global economy, since the beginning of 2020, the S&P 500 index is down nearly 20%.
Though cannabis sales aren’t as high as they were following a coronavirus-related spike, the same can’t be said about consumers.