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New Study Finds Metal Particles in Unused Cannabis Vape Liquids

Even unused cannabis vape pens may contain metal particles, according to a new study led by researchers at the National Research Council of Canada.

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Oregon Regulator Recalls THC Extracts Due to Pesticide Concerns

The recall affects 9,300 product units that are still on the market and 13,600 units that were sold to consumers.

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Hemp-Fed Cows Get ‘High’, Study Finds

Dairy cows that eat a cannabinoid-rich form of silage made from industrial hemp seem to feel the high, a new study from the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment suggests.

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President Biden Signs Medical Cannabis Research Bill

Biden signed the bill on Friday, December 5, becoming the first US president to approve a cannabis-specific piece of legislation.

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In Rhode Island, Recreational Cannabis Sales Begin

The first legal recreational cannabis products have been sold in Rhode Island.

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In New York, 40% of Illicit Cannabis Products Contain Contaminants, Report Finds

In a new report published on November 30, local cannabis advocacy groups claim that many of these products are dangerous.

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Positive Media Coverage of Cannabis Trials Could Be Influencing Placebo Effect, Study Claims

Individuals who take a placebo in cannabis-pain trials tend to report roughly the same levels of pain relief as those who receive the active cannabinoid, a new meta-analysis has found.

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X-Rays Can Decontaminate Cannabis While Retaining Terpenes, Study Finds

Cannabis flower can be safely sterilized with low levels of X-ray radiation, according to a new study.

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Alcohol Use Rises When States Legalize Cannabis, Study Finds

The implementation of recreational cannabis laws may be associated with increased alcohol use, according to a new study published in JAMA Health Forum.

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