Most Americans Want Legal Marijuana, But States Can’t Agree On How To Do It
Polls show that 64 percent of Americans favor legalizing marijuana. But, despite the majority support, there’s no clear consensus on how it should be regulated.
Congress Presses VA To Begin Researching Medical Marijuana
A bipartisan bill introduced this week would effectively erase the Department of Veterans Affairs’ excuse for not researching the benefits of cannabis for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and other related ailments.
Sanjay Gupta Is Back This Weekend With Part 4 Of His ‘Weed’ Series
The popular TV doctor will examine marijuana’s potential as both an alternative to opioids in treating pain and in ending opioid addiction. The report, called "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills," will air on CNN Sunday at 8 am.
Marijuana-Induced Memory Loss Is A Feature, Not A Bug
Marijuana smokers have been stereotypically mocked for short-term memory loss, and there is genuine concern about memory impairment due to cannabis consumption, particularly among seniors who are considering cannabis as a therapeutic option.
Medical Marijuana Protects Against Strokes, Study Finds
Strokes kill 140,ooo Americans each year and nearly 800,000 suffer from an attack. But a promising study suggests that cannabis help.
Science: A Few Doses Of Marijuana Can Tackle HIV Symptoms
A recent study proved that a few daily doses of cannabis’ super-ingredient THC, can have numerous positive effects in the animal model of HIV.
A Shocking Number Of Doctors On Board With New York Marijuana
Doctors in New York overwhelmingly support medical marijuana, according to a recent survey.