UBC Okanagan (UBCO) professor Zach Walsh is about to undertake one of the largest medical marijuana clinical trials to take place in Canada in recent memory.
Military veterans, particularly those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), may soon get access to medical cannabis in states that allow it after Congress voted to lift a federal ban.
A groundbreaking trial funded by Colorado soon will shed light on the use of medical marijuana by veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Veterans Affairs and Canadian military differ over the use of prescription pot.
Despite the men and women of the United States military being forced to risk life and limb to protect the agenda of the federal government
Organization says 40 per cent of patients at Sydney, N.S., centre are civilians
Matt Stys funnels a mound of finely ground God’s Gift, a sativa strain of marijuana, into his multicolored glass bowl and takes a hit.
Founder says Sydney centre fills gap left by closing of Veterans Affairs office last year
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to allow Veterans Administration doctors to recommend marijuana as a therapy for their patients in states that allow medical use of the drug.
65% of payouts for pot go to veterans on East Coast, who account for 14% of all veterans