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Laughing Gas Relieves Symptoms of Treatment-Resistant Depression, New Study Finds

Results from a new clinical trial indicate that inhaling a mixture of 25 percent nitrous oxide and oxygen can provide long-lasting relief to those who have found other antidepressants ineffective.

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UK Government Advised to Move Regulation of Cannabinoids from Home Office to the Department of Health

Instead, according to a new report, the licensing system should be run by the UK’s Department of Health and Social Care and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

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Louisiana Decriminalizes Cannabis Possession

While possession of 14 grams of cannabis (half an ounce) or less will remain punishable (with a maximum penalty of a $100 fine), the threat of prison time has been removed.

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The ACI Opens Belgian Office to Offer CBD Services to Europe

The cannabinoid trade group hopes the new venture will help expand its services into the European Union.

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More Than One-Third of Americans Support Psychedelics Legalization, New Poll Finds

The survey also found that 75 percent of respondents now support cannabis legalization for all purposes, with just 5 percent opposed to both recreational and medical legalization.

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WIU Receives Federal Grant for Cannabis Testing

Besides accurate potency testing, the Western Illinois Mass Spectrometry Center is also able to cover a range of other applications, such as terpene profiling and contaminant testing for residual solvents, pesticides, and mycotoxins.

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Washington State University Establishes New Cannabis Research Center

The new, multidisciplinary research center will cover the work of around 100 scientists working on a diverse range of cannabis-related research projects.

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Isle of Man Opens License Applications for Cannabis Exports

The government of the self-governing British Crown Dependency first announced its intention to legalize medical cannabis production in January.

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Teenage Sleep Patterns Can Predict Future Cannabis Use, Study Says

Certain sleep patterns in teens are associated with increased odds of cannabis use and binge drinking behavior the following year, claims new research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

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