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If Dr. Larry Bedard has his way, Marin General Hospital would become the first acute-care medical center in California to allow patients to openly consume medical marijuana in the hospital.
A study released just last year reveals that cannabis improves the way in which the body heals broken bones.
When I started looking into medical marijuana, I was skeptical. I was not a recreational user, and I had not had any luck with other natural remedies.
It’s no surprise that cannabis may possess skin-healing benefits. All the elements are there.
Medical marijuana may have a potential role in oncology for treating anticipatory and refractory chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, for treating refractory cancer pain, and as an antitumor agent, a new review concludes.
The state's tightly controlled program has seen high costs and low enrollment. Pain patients might turn the tide.
Researchers plan to start recruiting veterans in September, adding two participants per month, per site. The study should run about two years.
After some success in using substance to treat epileptics, researchers to check effect of cannabis oils on individuals with severe behavioral problems.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A New Mexico family is suing the state's health department claiming that medical marijuana growing limitations hinder producers from making a certain cannabis oil that helps with their infant daughter's rare disorder.
We rarely worry about marijuana. So why is it still a Schedule I drug?
The look inside the state's secretive program comes as the struggling medical marijuana industry in Illinois is poised to grow.
Severe pain drove this average Minnesotan to seek the comforts of medical cannabis. Here's how things worked out for her.
Glaucoma is the name for a group of eye diseases that affect the eyes and vision.
For the first time in Central Florida, a medical marijuana product has been delivered to a patient.
With nearly 3,000 caregivers, competition has ramped up as operations get larger and businesses look for a niche.
After months of delay, state officials granted Maryland's first preliminary medical marijuana licenses.