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Legalizing Marijuana Seems To Lower Teen Interest In Weed

The study revealed that online searches for alcohol dropped 11% post legalization, though tobacco products were searched almost 8% more.

Did Vikings Bring Marijuana To North America?

Researchers found traces of cannabis in northern Newfoundland, where Vikings landed and settled around the year 1000.

Marijuana Makes You Paranoid? Study Suggests Your Genes Are To Blame

The study suggests that your reaction to cannabis, positive or negative, is tied closer to your genetics than anything else

Study Links Adolescent Cannabis Use To Memory Loss

Researchers found that the higher the frequency adolescents used cannabis, the lower they scored on memory tests, inhibition control, and reasoning.

Study: Dogs Have Fewer Germs Than Bearded Men

A study from Switzerland concludes that dogs carry fewer germs than bearded men. These results were obtained by scientists who sampled bacteria from 18 men's beards and compared them to the germs located in the neck of over 30 different dogs.

Study Shows How Marijuana Can Motivate You To Exercise

Using marijuana before working out actually “increases motivation” or “enhances recovery from exercise,” according to a new study from researchers at the University of Colorado.

How Marijuana Can Change Your Relationship To Money

According to one study, people who smoke marijuana do not care as much about money as their sober counterparts.

Study Links Teen Marijuana Use With Adult Depression

The study found that teens who used marijuana at least once a week before the age of 18 are associated with a 37 percent increased risk of depression as adults.

Certain Video Games Encourage Creative Thinking In Teens

While excessive gaming has been correlated to loneliness and depression, a healthy amount of game time is associated to positive thinking and creativity.

Study: Want A Hit Pop Song in 2019? Do A Crossover

Over the past two decades, songs that songs featuring another artist have risen exponentially on the Billboard Hot 100, the study found.