With marijuana law reform sweeping the nation, will consumers be driven to drink more or less alcohol?
Slowly, the battle to reconstitute industrial hemp has been sweeping across the nation.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse released an eyebrow-raising statement to PolitiFact on Monday, denying that marijuana is less toxic than alcohol.
No substantial evidence links marijuana to traffic accidents, domestic violence or cancer, yet pot is illegal and listed as a Schedule I controlled substance by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
A new study compared the risk of bladder cancer in more than 83,000 men who smoked cigarettes only, marijuana only, or both substances.
A new analysis is challenging a report that suggests regular marijuana smoking during the teen years can lead to a long-term drop in IQ.
A teen who consumes alcohol is likely to have reduced brain tissue health, but a teen who uses marijuana is not, according to a new study.
POT TV - Popular Internet newsies The Young Turks discuss the latest study showing marijuana's cancer-fighting properties.
From TYT on YouTube:
Marijuana, already shown to reduce pain and nausea in cancer patients, may be promising as a cancer-fighting agent against some of the most aggressive forms of the disease.
Cannabis plants could provide a new treatment for obese patients at risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.