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Cannabis Use Disorder Is Just As Common Among Medical Cannabis Patients, Study Finds

The study surveyed 905 people in Australia who used illicit cannabis to treat a medical condition. About a third met the criteria for cannabis use disorder.

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Researchers Call For More Age Restrictions on Cannabis TikTok Videos

According to the research, more than half of cannabis-related TikTok videos portray the drug in a positive light, with around one-fourth of these videos directly promoting the social acceptability of cannabis use.

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The DEA Wants to Add Five More Psychedelics to Schedule I Controlled Substances List

While the DEA says that these drugs all “have a high potential for abuse,” advocates argue that the new rule could lead to more harm than good.

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More Research Needed on How Cannabis Affects the Brain, Says American Heart Association

There’s still much researchers don’t know about how cannabis affects the brain, according to the American Heart Association.

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Ketamine Therapy Rapidly Reduces Suicidal Ideation, Study Finds

Patients hospitalized for severe suicidal ideation could benefit from ketamine transfusions, according to new research led by scientists at the University of Montpellier.

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Pediatric Cannabis-related Emergency Department Visits Increase 5-fold in 14 Years

Cannabis-related emergency department visits and subsequent hospitalizations for adolescents and young adults in Ontario have increased nearly five-fold from 2003 to 2017, according to a new study led by the CHEO Research Institute.

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Over 40 Percent of Alcohol and Cannabis Users Report Driving Under the Influence

Examining the effect of simultaneous alcohol and cannabis use on self-report driving under the influence of alcohol-only, cannabis-only, and both substances using a nationally representative sample could contribute to better understanding the impact in adolescents and adults.

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Pennsylvania Regulator Recalls Hundreds of Cannabis Vapes

The vape products are to be removed because they contain ingredients “not approved for inhalation” by the FDA, according to the state Department of Health.

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Cannabis Vapor Testing Expected to Begin Imminently in Colorado

Kaycha Labs tells Analytical Cannabis that its vapor testing method is on the verge of being certified by the state.

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