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According to a new study funded by the National Institute of Justice, scientists found that legal cannabis had little to no effect on crime.
Marijuana and sperm relate on a deeper level than we previously imagined, and the results convey more risks than benefits.
The sitting president, and the public's faith in the executive office, greatly influences how the American public feels about marijuana.
A brain protein associated with depression and Alzheimer's in young marijuana users has now also been linked to stress and anxiety.
A new study finds that flavonoids, the chemical that gives cannabis its color, could significantly increase the life expectancy of pancreatic cancer patients.
Subjects of a new study said that emojis are useful for self expression and also practical, since they convey meaning without having to type out an entire message.
Brazil researchers found that mice given various levels of CBD demonstrated less aggressive behavior, which could indicate similar results for humans.
Though "wellness" and healthy options are buzzwords in cannabis right now, high timers are still reaching for salty and sweet junk foods.
The study revealed that online searches for alcohol dropped 11% post legalization, though tobacco products were searched almost 8% more.