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Cannabis Use Can Lower Pregnancy Chances, Study Finds

The reasons behind this reproductive difference aren’t yet clear, but the researchers believe cannabis could affect the levels of luteinizing hormone, which helps regulate ovulation.

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Scientists Develop New Method to Simultaneously Measure Cannabinoids and Terpenes

Researchers have developed of a new method for analyzing cannabinoids and terpenes simultaneously.

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Legal Cannabis Stores Linked to Fewer Opioid Deaths, Study Finds

US counties with higher numbers of legal cannabis dispensaries recorded lower levels of opioid-related deaths relative to other locales, according to a new study.

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Canadian Cannabis Lab Gets Approval to Study Psilocybin

The team at Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures, based in Vancouver, intend to expand the current knowledge base for the psilocybin mushrooms and create a compound library describing the major and minor chemical constituents that make up these mushrooms.

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Over Half of Parkinson’s Patients Say Cannabis Provides Clinical Benefits

The researchers behind the survey say that physicians should pay special consideration when advising patients on their medical cannabis treatment options.

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MCR Labs Opens its First Facility Outside of Massachusetts

The new facility marks the company’s first expansion outside of Massachusetts.

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Maine Cannabis Regulator Approves Second Testing Lab

The Portland-based lab received the green light from the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy on Friday, January 22.

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Recreational Cannabis Sales Begin in Arizona

Barely two months after voters in the state passed the legalization ballot, the first legal recreational cannabis products have been sold in Arizona.

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Young Cannabis Consumers with Mood Disorders at Higher Risk of Self-Harm, Study Finds

As the study was purely observational, the researchers do not suggest any type of causality or mechanism behind these associations. But they do recommend further studies to help inform policy and treatment decisions.

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