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US House Protects State Cannabis Programs in Landmark Vote

The US House of Representatives has voted to approve a far-reaching amendment which would block the Department of Justice from interfering with state-legal cannabis laws.

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Advances in Cannabis Extraction Techniques

The adoption of high-tech industrial machinery and chemical apparatus is allowing the cannabis industry to break free from the extraction methods of the past to experiment with new and exciting approaches.

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CBD Could Be a Powerful New Antibiotic, Scientists Say

Bacteria could soon be joining the CBD boom, according to new research which claims that the cannabinoid could be a major antibiotic candidate.

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Cannabis Edibles Shouldn't Appeal to Kids, Say Canadian Regulators

Cannabis edibles will soon be available in Canada, but they'll now have to abide by some confusing rules that may prohibit cannabis cookies and gummies.

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Pregnant Cannabis Use Linked to Preterm Births – Study

Canadian researchers found that preterm birth rates among cannabis users were double that of 12 non-users.

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This New Study Will Test Marijuana’s Effect on Type 2 Diabetes

Funded by a new three-year grant worth $744,000, the Californian university will investigate how long-term cannabis use affects type 2 diabetes and other metabolic diseases.

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London’s First Medical Cannabis Clinic Set to Open its Doors

The UK's first legal cannabis clinic will be able to prescribe for a range of debilitating conditions, such as chronic pain and neurological disorders.

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Public Sewer Water Hints That Cannabis Legalization Is Hurting the Illicit Market

Analysis of public wastewater samples in Washington showed an increase in THC levels during the state's legalized cannabis boom.

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Young Adults Living Near Cannabis Dispensaries Use More Often – Study

A higher density of dispensaries was also linked to a more favorable view of cannabis.

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