Recent scientific studies substantiate what many marijuana users have claimed all along — that it enhances sexual relations.
Seniors are increasingly passing the pipe. About 9% of US adults between the ages of 50 and 64 have used marijuana at least once during the survey year, while 3% of those over 65 have done so, new research finds.
An Australian trial which used a marijuana extract to treat 40 children with severe epilepsy found the drug has a manageable side effect profile, but only shows extensive symptom relief for a select number of patients.
By the time she decided to try cannabis pills, Joanne Fiorito was in dire straits.
Rene Van Acker is hoping marijuana will prove a gateway drug for targeted generations of young people — horticultural students.
Young Canadians have long arrived at university campuses across the country and embraced cannabis, but no one really knows how using the drug affects parts of their life such as their grades, class attendance or the amount of alcohol they drink.
When the information floodgates open, researchers from all fields – health, criminology, policy, economy and more – will be able to collect information about cannabis use that they weren’t able to get before.
Parents are puff, puff, passing!
If you have suffered a heart attack, getting high on pot won’t harm your heart’s regular rhythm, a new study suggests.
The studies are the latest in a long line of research showing that marijuana availability is associated with reductions in opiate use and misuse.