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Synthetic CBD Can Treat Seizures in Rats – Study

The cultivation-free cannabinoid can successfully treat seizures in rats, according to a new study from the University of California, Davis.

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Cannabis Affects Male Teenagers’ Memory More Than Females’ – Study

A new study on Canadian teenagers has further linked adolescent cannabis use to long-term cognitive impairments, especially in male students.

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The UK’s CBD Market Is About to Get Tested

In the largest ever study of its kind, the UK's CBD market will be sized up and tested for contaminants by the Centre for Medicinal Cannabis.

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New Platform Launched to Import Medical Cannabis Across Europe

The new framework aims to distribute quality medical cannabis to patients across Europe.

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Legal Marijuana Reduces Chronic Pain, but Increases Injuries and Car Accidents – Study

Overall hospital stays remain steady after Colorado legalized cannabis, UCSF study finds.

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Pregnant Women Wanted to Study Prenatal Marijuana Use

Researchers in Washington, US seek to isolate cannabis from concurrent use of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs in mothers-to-be.

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Doctors Need Training to Tackle Chronic Opioid Use – Study

British doctors must be better equipped to reduce their patients' use of opioids, according to a new study.

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Asia's Medicinal Cannabis Market Could Reach $5.8 Billion by 2024

Pending the legalization of medical cannabis in key countries like China, India, and South Korea, the continent's cannabis market could be worth nearly $6 billion in just 5 years.

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Health Professionals Know Little About Medical Cannabis - Study

While health professionals are broadly supportive of medical cannabis, they feel they lack key clinical and legislative knowledge, according to a new study.

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UK Medical Cannabis Access Must Be Improved, Argues Top Doctor

Despite a change in UK law, many children are still not getting the treatment they need.

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