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Marijuana And Fatty Liver Disease: How The Plant Can Help

Frequent cannabis use is a predictor much lower risk of developing the most common liver malady in the world: Fatty Liver Disease.

Study: Proof Cannabis Can Help The Nation’s Opiate Problem

Medical marijuana dispensaries save lives. That's the conclusion from a RAND report funded by the federal government.

Cachexia: Can Cannabis Help With This Wasting Illness?

Cachexia is a metabolic disorder that’s currently affecting nine million people across the planet, mostly those in the final stages of a terminal illness.

97% Of Elderly Patients Say Medical Marijuana Helps Them Feel Better

The latest scientific study, this one from Israel, reveals that patients over the age of 65 benefit greatly from the herbal treatment.

Medical Cannabis Can Help You Heal From Hepatitis C

Cannabis can help Hepatitis C is a viral infection of the liver, that can lead to life-threatening conditions with little notice.

Doctors Advise Pregnant Women To Lay Off The Cannabis

Marijuana, which became legal for recreational use in California this month, is seen by many group members as an all-natural and seemingly harmless remedy for everything from morning sickness to postpartum depression.

Science: Why More Marijuana May Equal Fewer Migraines

One of the most ancient medical uses of cannabis was headache relief and migraines. But support from modern science has been thin—until this year.

Is Marijuana Worse Than Tobacco For Cardiovascular Health?

If you consume cannabis, you are three times more likely to die from cardiovascular health issues than those who abstain, according to a shocking new study.

Using Medical Marijuana For Anxiety Relief: The Dose Is Key

Anxiety is a problem that affects up to a third of the population in their lifetime. It is recognized as a group of disorders.

Marijuana-Pharmaceutical Interactions: What You Need To Know

Drug interactions can be both useful and dangerous. A drug that potentiates an opiate, for example, may increase the painkilling effect, but could also increase the likelihood of overdose.