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Cannabis Consumers at Higher Risk of Developing Poor Mental Health, Study Suggests

People with a history of cannabis use in their medical records appear to be at a higher risk for developing problems with anxiety, depression, and even more severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Birmingham.

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Seattle Decriminalizes Psilocybin and Other Psychedelics

The US city of Seattle has become the largest city in the country to decriminalize the use of some psychedelic substances, including psilocybin and mescaline.

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Ketamine Alone May Effectively Treat Depression, Study Suggests

Ketamine alone may be just as effective as ketamine combined with traditional antidepressants for tackling treatment-resistant depression, a new study has found.

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Over 100 Hemp Farms in Oregon Breach Federal THC Limit

Many hemp farmers in Oregon are growing something a bit stronger than advertised, according to a new report from state regulators.

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Michigan Regulator Recalls Cannabis Trimmed With Contaminated Machine

The affected marijuana material ended up in several products, including bud, pre-packaged bud, and pre-roll joints.

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Smartphone Sensors Can Detect Cannabis Intoxication, Study Says

The study found that data obtained via a phone’s GPS and accelerometer could help determine whether the phone’s owner was high or not with 90 percent accuracy.

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CBD Enhances Episodic Memory, Study Finds

The researchers believe that these findings demonstrate a potential therapeutic application for CBD in tackling episodic memory deficits in disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease or schizophrenia.

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Spice Withdrawal Symptoms More Severe than Cannabis, Study Finds

The withdrawal symptoms from spice, which contains synthetic drugs that mimic the effects of cannabis, are more severe than those for cannabis, according to new research from scientists at the University of Bath.

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Cannabis-related Vomiting is on the Rise in Colorado, Study Finds

The investigation found that the presence of recreational cannabis dispensaries in a county was associated with an increased number of vomiting-related emergency department visits at local hospitals.

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