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The parents of a young brain damaged girl who once faced regular seizures have credited cannabis oil with saving their daughter's life.
'Our findings show no evidence of a negative effect of cannabis use on mortality risk.'
(HealthDay News) -- If you legalize medical marijuana, a sizable number of cancer patients will sign up, a new Washington state survey suggests.
Arkansas voters last year approved marijuana use by people with certain medical conditions.
The burgeoning practice isn't discussed in medical schools, research shows.
There are currently 29 states in America that have legalized medical marijuana. But not all states have the same cannabis laws.
An 11-year-old boy with severe epilepsy has not had a seizure in 300 days after he became the first patient to be prescribed cannabis oil on Britain's National Health Service.
Medical marijuana significantly improved the condition of children suffering from cerebral palsy, a study by Wolfson Medical Center near Tel Aviv has found. 
A leading veterinary organization is joining the fight to reschedule cannabis in an effort to speed research into the plant’s effects on our furry friends.
Research into the potential medical uses of marijuana compounds continues apace.
ALBANY — There’s the rub. Medical marijuana will soon be available in chewable tablets, lozenges, and ointments under new regulations announced Thursday by the state Health Department.
HONOLULU (AP) -- Dispensary sales of medical marijuana in Hawaii are beginning after patients waited 17 years for a legal way to purchase the drug.
The largest survey on cannabidiol or CBD usage to date found that women were more likely than men to use CBD and once they started using it, were likely to drop their traditional medicine.
Medical cannabis has proven helpful in assisting patients with various diseases, disorders, and maladies since its first uses in ancient times.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota residents suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder can start buying medical cannabis.