cannabis

Bummer At The Border: Cannabis Users Denied Entry

But if a Canadian admits that to a border patrol officer while trying to to enter the U.S., watch out, 'cause you're not getting in.

Arizona Rejects Marijuana Patient From Becoming A Foster Parent

In Arizona right now, there are 18,000 children in the foster care system and a dire need for capable, loving parents to step up and care for these kids

Abusing Marijuana And Need Help? There’s An App For That

Here's a first: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved for the first time a mobile medical app to help treat people with substance use disorders.

How The Feds Should Handle The Complex Issue Of Cannabidiol

The legal and regulatory status of cannabidiol (CBD), a component of the cannabis plant with a huge therapeutic upside, is murky at best.

Does Marijuana Help With Depression Or Make It Worse?

Cannabis is, in fact, the most-widely used illicit drug among people who suffer from depression. How does weed relieve depression?

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Sept. 18

Maine released a draft bill for its recreational marijuana program last week. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Great News For N.H. Cannabis Consumers: No More Jail Time

N.H. cannabis consumers will have one less thing to worry on Saturday: Jail time will no longer be part of the punishment for simple possession.

Glaucoma And Medical Marijuana: 5 Informative Facts

Medical marijuana glaucoma treatment can help reduced eye pressure and relieve pain. Here's what you need to know about using cannabis for eye health.

Here Is The One Way Marijuana Use Can Kill You

Today, organ transplants are an accepted miracle of modern medicine. When it comes to this subject however, marijuana use can kill you.

How Does Medical Marijuana Work? Here’s The Science

For all the devilish complexity of medical marijuana research (and it is quite, quite complex), the basic idea is easy to grasp. We have a breakdown.