Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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WSJ Blames Marijuana Legalization For Vaping Crisis, Which Is Wrong

The newspaper points the finger at legal weed, but research shows black market and regulation as the real culprit in vaping illness outbreak.

Marijuana Flavoring Additives Could Be Cause Of Vaping Illness

Artificially added terpenes in vaping products create more toxins for users than THC, latest study finds.

How CBD Provides A Brighter Future For Children With Epilepsy

While families struggle to understand the risks and benefits of THC, some are moving to try CBD or cannabidiol.

Could Marijuana Legalization Have Stopped The Vaping Crisis?

If marijuana was regulated like tobacco and alcohol, the effects of the vaping illness would have been minimized.

Marijuana Legalization Discourages Teenage Use, Study Finds

A study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that legalizing marijuana doesn’t draw teens to smoking marijuana and instead may dissuade usage.

CDC Warns Against Eating Cookie Dough And The Internet Is Not Having It

The CDC took the opportunity to announce this ahead of the holidays, ruining all of our raw cookie dough-eating plans.

CDC Warns Marijuana Trimmers Of Carpal Tunnel Danger

Marijuana is harmful, according to s report published earlier this month by the US Centers for Disease Control. Not consuming cannabis. Trimming it.

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New York Hits Snags In Cannabis Legalization

A majority of New Yorkers favor legalization, but that opposition from the medical community and law enforcement, among others, remains.

Divided Government Is The Reason Marijuana Isn’t Getting A Fair Shake

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The cannabis consumer has spoken with their wallets and what they want is affordable marijuana with high THC content.