Baby Boomers are giving themselves permission to enjoy old and new ways of consuming cannabis, both recreationally and for the management of pain, anxiety and insomnia.
We'll give you a hint: it's not millennials. Plus, women and men prefer different cannabis products, but not in the ways you'd expect.
Most educational materials coming out about cannabis are rooted in its benefits, not in scare tactics, which makes broaching the subject with your aging parents all the easier.
According to a new report, boomers have become an “important and growing segment” of cannabis consumers following legalization, while high schoolers have lowered monthly usage.
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.
Back in 2017, the Drug Enforcement Agency needed to make sure law enforcement officials were keeping up with the evolving nature of drug slang.
Baby boomers are getting high in increasing numbers, reflecting growing acceptance of the drug as treatment for various medical conditions, according to a study published Monday in the journal Addiction.
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