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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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Understanding the Brain Proteins That Detect Cannabis

New research offers insight into the proteins in the brain that detect cannabis.

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MIT Gifted $4.5 Million to Research Cannabis

The grant to MIT and Harvard Medical School totaling $9 million will fund independent research on the influence of cannabinoids on brain health and behavior.

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CBD Nearly Halves Seizure Rate in Children With Epilepsy – Study

The cannabis-based pharmaceutical formulation shows further promise as a treatment for Dravet syndrome, a rare form of childhood epilepsy.

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Cannabis Mixed With Tobacco Linked to Poorer Mental Health in Young Adults - Study

A new survey of over 2,000 young adults reports that those who regularly use cannabis and tobacco are more likely to exhibit poor health and problematic behaviors.

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1 in 7 Washington Drivers With Children in the Car Recently Used Cannabis

Over 14 percent of drivers tested in a roadside survey tested positive for THC, the principal psychoactive compound in marijuana.

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Teens Reject Zero-Tolerance Messaging on Substance Use

New study shows teenagers respond better to a philosophy of realistic harm reduction when talking about the dangers of drugs.

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