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Washington State University Establishes New Cannabis Research Center

The new, multidisciplinary research center will cover the work of around 100 scientists working on a diverse range of cannabis-related research projects.

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Washington Cannabis Stores Offer “Joints for Jabs” to Encourage Vaccine Uptake

The program permits participating retail stores to give away one pre-rolled cannabis joint to customers over the age of 21 who are receiving a vaccination.

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UK Government Agency Recalls Medical Cannabis Products Due to Mold Contamination

Any healthcare professionals or wholesalers who stock the products have been advised to stop supplying them immediately and to quarantine all remaining stock.

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Teenage Sleep Patterns Can Predict Future Cannabis Use, Study Says

Certain sleep patterns in teens are associated with increased odds of cannabis use and binge drinking behavior the following year, claims new research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

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Morocco Passes Medical Cannabis Legalization Bill

Morocco’s king will need to sign the legislation before it becomes law.

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AOAC Approves Six Tests for Yeast and Mold Counts in Cannabis

A range of methods for quantifying yeast and mold in dried cannabis flower have been approved by AOAC International.

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Medical Cannabis Significantly Improves Quality of Life, Finds Europe’s Largest Patient Study

Project Twenty21, Europe’s largest ever medical cannabis patient study, has released its first preliminary results – the first real-world data to be published on medical cannabis patients in the United Kingdom.

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THC and CBD Can Reduce Neural Activity in Juvenile Zebrafish, Study Finds

As zebrafish are accepted models for humans in scientific research (much like mice), the authors of the study say that these observed effects of prenatal cannabis exposure could be mirrored in humans.

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Harsh European Cannabis Laws Don’t Deter Frequent Consumers, Study Finds

The researchers found that while restrictive intervention does appear to decrease the share of adolescents initiating cannabis use, there was no evidence of policy changes impacting the share of frequent cannabis users.

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