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Many in Washington State's burgeoning pot business say cannabis can help you relax. A Washington State University study may just back that up.
A medical cannabis refugee is an individual who has had to relocate to a different state for medical purposes.
Marijuana legalization is scheduled to come next summer and one business in Edmonton that helps veterans and first responders get cannabinoid therapy is getting ready.
An Israeli doctor who never smoked pot is conducting the first study in the world that’s examining the effects of cannabis on autism – and he's optimistic about the results.
The receding but still powerful stigma surrounding cannabis often gets in the way of a healthy doctor-patient relationship.
While the effect of THC on skin cancer sounds very promising, medical marijuana is still in desperate need of larger scientific studies.
An Israeli study currently underway is finding that medical cannabis can be used to treat the symptoms of autism in children and adults.
Another study suggests potentially enormous upside for medical marijuana.
A new study led by a UC Berkeley researcher in conjunction with HelloMD has found that an overwhelming majority of medical marijuana patients use less opioid-based pain medication as a result of their ability to substitute cannabis for pain management.
Chemicals in cannabis could be effective at treating painful migraines, research has revealed.
WEST CHESTER, Ohio — An Ohio girl, who moved to Colorado with her family because she couldn't use medical marijuana to treat her disease in the state, has now returned to Ohio.
The Canadian government must make it easier to study cannabis, say the country’s top cannabis academics and public health researchers in an open letter to politicians.
As Pennsylvania prepares to award its first licenses for the fledgling medical marijuana industry, Lehigh University intends to partner with one of the potential growers in the Lehigh Valley to study the effect of the drug on children with autism.
Two patients were asked to share their experiences about how cannabis has impacted their quality of life, both during and after treatment.
It's the first new qualifying condition added under the state's medical marijuana law since it was implemented in 2001.
New research paves the way for a new schizophrenia treatment, by testing the effect of a cannabis compound on rats.