New research suggests that marijuana users are at three-fold risk of death from hypertension.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $3.8 million grant to researchers at Albert Einstein College to test if marijuana reduces opioid use among adults with severe pain.
New research from International League Against Epilepsy investigates how a neurological treatment derived from cannabis could impact antiepileptic drugs.
In high-doses, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, THC can increase anxiety but as new study reveals, smaller-doses can alternatively reduce stress.
Adolescences using marijuana are more susceptible to depression in later life and lower academic accomplishments during adolescence which will also impact their future.
Researchers at Washington State University formulated a test to study the different responses to stress between chronic cannabis users and non-users.
NIST researchers have measured a fundamental physical property of the primary psychoactive compound in marijuana.
Researchers at University of Queensland are concerned with the rise of harmful effects associated with super-potent cannabis concentrates since the legalisation of medicinal cannabis in Australia.
The chemical compounds cannabinoids found in marijuana, can also be naturally produced in the body from omega-3 enriched foods and contain anti-inflammatory benefits.