- Long-term marijuana use is linked to gum disease at mid-life, but no other health problems: study.
- Marijuana significantly affected participants’ abilities to recognize, process, and empathize with expressions of emotion.
- The AKT1 gene can be used to predict a healthy person’s susceptibility to the mind-altering effects of marijuana.
- Lifetime use of marijuana is linked to poorer verbal memory at middle age: study.
- Nearly one in five American teens who use e-cigarettes have vaporized marijuana, hash oil, or other cannabis byproducts: study.
- Researchers are finding that the more medical marijuana dispensaries there are in an area, the more hospitalizations related to marijuana.
- Compared to women, men experience more instances of paranoia when smoking marijuana.
- Science is getting close to cannabis-based cancer therapies by unlocking the powers of THC.
- A case of the munchies may be putting on some pounds after all.
- Smoking marijuana during pregnancy is associated with a threefold increase in the risk of stillbirth.
Hundreds Of Cannabis Workers Fall Ill In Europe’s ‘Marijuana Capital,’ Tiny Albanian Village of LazaratAlbanian cannabis workers in Europe's marijuana capital, Lazarat, have fallen ill from the harvesting and production work.
- The parents of 20-year-old Matthew Leahy believe that his recent suicide at a mental health facility may have been triggered by the effects of smoking pot.