medical marijuana

Science: Regular Consumption Of Marijuana Keeps You Fit And Active

Here's a new health-related adage to consider: Regular consumption of marijuana (in whatever form) keeps you thin and active.

What You Need to Know About Marijuana And Cystic Fibrosis

Because about half of cystic fibrosis patients are children and the disease targets the lungs, there hasn't been much interest in cannabis treatments.

Here Is The Latest Research On Using Marijuana For MS Symptoms

Common MS symptoms are gait and balance disorders, cognitive dysfunction, fatigue, pain and muscle spasticity. How can marijuana help?

10 Types Of Marijuana That Will Fight Your Migraines

Headaches are just a symptom of the fun that migraines are responsible for, the most prominent ones being nausea, muscle pain and insomnia.

Marijuana Can Scrub The Brain Clean Of Alzheimer’s-Inducing Plaque

A first of its kind study, by the Salk Institute, shows that THC can reverse...

Canada’s Largest Pharmacy Really Wants To Sell Marijuana

Canada's largest pharmacy wants in on the cannabis business — and it is searching for a medical marijuana brand manager to help with marketing and strategy.

Can Cannabis Replace Benzodiazepines For Anxiety Disorders?

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, approximately 18 percent of Americans suffer from some form of anxiety disorder.

How Medical Marijuana Helps With Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder is inconvenient, but is there was a way to put that overactive bladder at ease when natural remedies don’t work?

Medical Marijuana Now Has 3 Professional Associations

Every medical field has some sort of professional society, from pediatricians to gerontologists, they enjoy and benefit from collaborating or otherwise networking with their peers.

Study: The 50-And-Over Set No Longer Perceive Marijuana As Dangerous

The findings reveal overall use among the 50-and-older study group increased “significantly” from 2006 to 2013. Marijuana users peaked between ages 50 to 64, then declined among the 65-and-over crowd.