Medical News

It’s estimated that over 1 billion individuals worldwide suffer from the debilitating pain of migraines. And now new research shows that CBD may help.

A team of researchers at the University of Georgia will be the first to study the effects of cannabis extract laws on health care.

More than two thirds of Ohio’s medical marijuana cardholders are older than 40.

Hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans are now medical marijuana patients, according to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.

In a survey of 64 TS patients, 25% indicated they had used cannabis, with over 80% of those individuals indicating that it helped reduce tics.

For nearly a decade, people in Colorado have had access to medical marijuana. With Missouri voters legalizing use of cannabis for medical reasons in 2018 and Oklahoma implementing a program, Kansas is surrounded on three sides by states with access.

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