Despite your average Shaggy and Scooby-style stereotypes, researchers believe that cannabis could actually help to sharpen our minds later in life.
The 1964 discovery and isolation of cannabinoids in marijuana, the therapeutically active components that provide relief for a wide variety of diseases and conditions, has led to research about the endogenous cannabinoid, or endocannabinoid, system in humans.
Besides known facts like pot makes Hot Pockets look edible, we’re still learning how marijuana impacts our bodies.
It's not just about getting high--cannabis could save your life.
Cannabis can have a dramatic effect on aggressive forms of brain cancer, a new study shows.
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.
Middle-aged adults whose memories have grown hazy can't blame occasional pot smoking or other light illicit drug use for their forgetfulness, according to a British study, although experts warn heavy, prolonged use could harm mental functions.
Researchers uncover connections between marijuana and the psychoses of schizophrenia.
New studies find psychosis "not associated with cannabis use disorders", say older studies lacked comprehensive approach.