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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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To Test the Munchies, Researchers Offer a Choice: Chips or an Orange?

New research highlights food preferences can be influenced by cannabis use.

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Cannabis Addiction Influenced by Genetics - Study

New research shows that certain genetic markers could dictate how prone people are to cannabis addiction.

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Cancer Patients Are Using (Slightly) More Cannabis - Study

A new study reveals that many people with cancer use marijuana, and rates of use in the U.S. have increased over time.

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Patent Granted for THCA Production in Yeast

A synthetic biology company in Southern California has been granted a new patent to produce THCA in yeast

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CBD Helps Deliver Medicine to the Brain - Study

Research shows how cannabidiol can bring vital medication through the brain's blood barrier to its treatment area.

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Cannabis Users Need Stronger Sedatives in Medical Procedures - Study

Medical records show that patients who regularly consumed cannabis were put under stronger sedation before undergoing routine procedures.

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Combining Opioids and Cannabis May Be Advantageous for Pain Sufferers - Study

The new study suggests using the two drugs together could reduce risk of dependency without causing cognitive problems.

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