Cuts against many other studies that have showed pot doesn’t have fatal health implications
THC and fasting both trigger olfactory senses, which then causes hunger
With the president coming out in favor of legalization, parents are wondering whether telling their kids not to use marijuana is futile. But some sobering data about the effects of pot on developing brains can help make the case.
A new survey from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows that marijuana use among young people is on the rise.
The latest data suggest that it’s possible to be a pothead.
Working out could give pot users an extra high — but that may not be as much a boon as users might think.
The war on drugs may have ended today.
Differences in the way the media have covered Trayvon Martin and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s cannabis use are a troubling reminder of the racism that still largely prevents us from seeing drugs as a health issue
Thanks to more relaxed laws for medical marijuana users — and with the first states legalizing recreational pot — Junior may be more likely to ingest marijuana in dangerously high doses.
Public support for legalizing marijuana has never been higher, but the latest studies show recreational use is linked with prescription drug misuse.
The new medical marijuana plant, developed by Israeli researchers, holds promise for treating conditions like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease — without causing the munchies.