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Why Recreational — Not Medical — Marijuana Access Reduces Opioid Overdoses

New research shows recreational marijuana laws reduce annual opioid deaths by 20-35%.

We’re Growing Horns Because Of Our Smartphone Addiction

These spikes, which are officially called “external occipital protuberance,” are said to be formed due to the bent-neck position that most cellphone users take when using their devices over long periods of time,

Dogs Have ‘Puppy Dog Eyes’ Because They Spend So Much Time...

This seemingly simple movement of eyebrows is proof of canine evolution and is due to their constant cohabitation with humans.

Study Locates The Origin Of First Cannabis Plant

According to an analysis conducted on fossil pollen, cannabis' first origins can be traced to Tibet, something that sounds fittingly soothing.

CBD Can Help Manage Alcohol Intake And Reduce Its Dangerous Side...

According to new scientific evidence, cannabidiol (CBD) might help people reduce the amount of alcohol they drink while providing some protection to their liver and brain, thus, preventing some of alcohol's most dangerous side effects.

One Joint Of Cannabis Makes You Lazy, But Only In The...

The fable of the lazy stoner has been around for decades. But is there good evidence in support of it?

Half Of Marijuana Users Think They Can Drive While Stoned —...

A new survey suggests that half of cannabis consumers thinks it’s okay to drive while high, an idea that’s more complex than you might assume.

You Can Lose Weight By Having Sex And Here’s How

Did you know that, thanks to hormones, your appetite is suppressed after you do "it"? Here's how to lose weight by having sex.

Researchers Have Statistical Proof That The Munchies Really Do Exist

Published in the Social Science Research Network, the study found sales of cookies, potato chips, and ice cream all increased in regions where recreational cannabis was legalized.

Study: Dogs Have Evolving Personalities Just Like Humans

The study, the largest of its kind, found correlations between important life events and changes in behavior — both for dogs and their human friends.