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A small number of Missouri doctors are bucking the state’s medical establishment by openly supporting the medical marijuana amendment voters approved in November.
While terminal patients are finding that medical cannabis offers relief with fewer side effects, health professionals must navigate legal challenges to offer aid.
What is the science behind using cannabis to address asthma symptoms?
While no studies have shown cannabis to cure the condition, it has been shown to impact several of its common symptoms: chronic pain, insomnia/ restless sleep, inflammation and joint/muscle aches.
Along with monitoring the constantly-evolving state and federal cannabis policies, druggists in cannabis-legal states must also keep watch on a patchwork quilt of local health and safety regulations.
There's been a big movement towards finding more natural ways to cure what ails us. Honey for coughs, turmeric for arthritis pain and now marijuana for menstrual cramps.
Marijuana’s ability to mitigate pain is well-established in scientific literature -- and two new studies offer fresh evidence of how cannabis can be beneficial to patients suffering from different kinds of pain. 
Medical marijuana patients in Pennsylvania are using cannabis to treat chronic pain more than any other affliction, according to an informal survey of dispensaries by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Researchers who are trying to determine whether marijuana works to treat post-traumatic stress disorder enrolled their final veteran needed for the study on Veterans Day.
Nearly a dozen doctors and attorneys specializing in cannabis policy and research, as well as epilepsy treatment, will discuss everything from recent scientific research to CBD's legal status in America.
The federal research project will cover all “minor cannabinoids,” which is defined as anything other than THC, according to a pair of funding notices published by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health this week.
A new condition can now be treated with medical marijuana in Connecticut.
Over four years after Gov. Phil Bryant signed Harper Grace’s Law, allowing clinical trials of a specific marijuana-derived drug, the University of Mississippi Medical Center announced Thursday that those trials had begun.
The findings suggest that "cannabis could be beneficial for Alzheimer's disease."
Lack of proper sleep can have adverse affect on your body and overall well-being. The good news is, cannabis can help, to a certain extent.
An Ohio physician and medial professor believes medical cannabis should be used to treat opioid addiction in a state that saw a record number of overdose deaths last year.