A study based in Seattle found that teenagers diagnosed with depression are more likely to use cannabis in later life.
Years of coordinated efforts will be needed to manage and reverse the harmful societal effects of the prescription and illicit opioid epidemics which are continuing to worsen.
"Going to pot? The impact of dispensary closures on crime" investigates the relationship between the closure of medicinal marijuana dispensaries and the increase of crime.
Researchers at University of Bristol have found cannabis use as a teen to increase the chances of other illegal drug use in early adulthood.
Since the legalization of marijuana in Oregon, researchers have found an increase in marijuana usage among students across the state.
The work reveals the structural features of agonist-bound CB1 and the activation mechanism of the receptor.