According to a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, longitudinal studies fail to suggest that prenatal marijuanaexposure is independently associated with “clinically significant” cognitive impairments in either children or young adults. The study, conducted by researchers affiliated with Columbia University and with the New York State Psychiatric Institute, was first reported on... Read more
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Comedian, former The Daily Show correspondent and star of Netflix’s the Patriot Act Hasan Minhaj featured an entire episode of his hit series regarding the legal marijuana industry. The episode, titled The Legal Marijuana Industry is Rigged, focusing on the fact that in many states that have legalized marijuana the legal industry has been setup... Read more
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Buying weed online has become massive since cannabis was legalized in Canada. The Cannabis Act of 2018 has opened up a whole new world of opportunity for Canadian cannabis connoisseurs. Among the reasons why weed smokers are flocking to online weed mail order sites are convenience, selection and price. Below we’ll discuss some of the... Read more
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A federal judge has ruled that Ohio must allow groups pursuing voting law changes, a minimum wage increase and marijuana decriminalization more time and flexibility to qualify for ballots amid the coronavirus pandemic, reports the Associated Press. U.S. District Court Judge Edmund Sargus Jr.’s ruling Tuesday ordered the state to allow campaigns until July 31... Read more
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The legalization of marijuana in Colorado is associated with a significant reduction in prescription opioid distribution, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The study was first reported on by NORML. For the study, researchers with the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine in Pennsylvania and the University... Read more
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According to a new study published in the journal BMC Public Health, jurisdictions that regulate marijuana use should consider imposing a minimum age requirement of 19. For the study researchers examined life outcomes (including educational attainment and mental health) associated with the use of marijuana: They studies this across various age groups. “In this study,... Read more
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Vaping is slowly emerging as a subculture; terms like ‘ vape-nation’ and ‘cloud chasers’ are becoming popular. There are a huge number of forums, blogs, and youtube channels dedicated to it. Competition is rising in E-cigarettes markets as customers demand more sophistication in the product. E-cigarettes hit the market in 2007, and ever since then,... Read more
Lupus is one of those diseases that has no established cure or treatment. As bad as it already is, the lack of awareness about the disease makes it difficult to understand and point out its symptoms. In the current scenario, more than a million people are suffering from this chronic disease. Thus, it has become... Read more
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Once considered a fictitious health condition, Fibromyalgia does not have a decent cure available in today’s world. With more than 10 million people suffering from this disease currently, it is slowly becoming a challenge for medical practitioners to find a solution to heal this disease. This is where CBD comes into question, for it is... Read more
According to a new study, even though Uruguay legalized marijuana for all uses for those 18+ seven years ago (the first country to do so), youth marijuana use in the country is not higher than it was prior to legalization. “In 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize recreational cannabis, instituting... Read more
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