With the opioid crisis on the minds of communities and governing bodies all over the United States, a New York doctor shares how marijuana is impacting his patients and business.
Neurologist Thorsten Rudroff says we need long-term studies and that there is a painful parallel between medical marijuana and the past and present situation with opioids.
Nowadays, chronic and acute pain are at the forefront of many people’s lives, but alternative medicines like cannabis continue to gain popularity.
Medical marijuana has long been used for pain relief. A new study says that, unlike opioids, marijuana doesn't increase patients' pain sensitivity.
In order to justify its existence, the DEA must ensure that the War on Drugs continues.
Changing attitudes and public education around cannabis likely influenced the consumption habits of older Americans, study finds.
The governor's comments join a fierce opposition wave against medical marijuana legalization in Nebraska.
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