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THC Can Treat Lung Inflammations in Mice, Study Says

Published in the British Journal of Pharmacology, the new study found that THC could relieve inflamed pathways in the lungs of lab mice, as well as benefit the bacteria living the rodents’ lungs and guts.

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Most US States with Recreational Cannabis Access Had Fewer EVALI Cases, Study Finds

The new study found that states without a legal recreational marijuana market were more likely to have more EVALI cases per capita.

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Disposable Cannabis Vape Cartridges May Pose Latent Lead Exposure Risk, Study Finds

Stored cannabis vape cartridges and lead leaching may pose a risk to consumer health, an early study shared with Analytical Cannabis has found.

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Brazil Edges Closer to Domestic Hemp and Medical Cannabis Cultivation

If new legislation is approved, the country could have an established regulatory structure for domestic production in place by early 2021, expert consultants say.

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Oklahoma Cannabis Testing Lab Under State Investigation

State authorities have begun an investigation into a cannabis testing lab over allegations of falsified testing results, according to the local newspaper the Tulsa World.

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California Netted $208 Million in Cannabis Tax From April to June

In total, the state has earned $1.45 billion from marijuana taxes since recreational sales became legal in January 2018.

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Want to Study Thousands of CBD Products? The FDA is Hiring

The FDA is looking to hire a contractor to study thousands of CBD product samples to help the administration develop regulations for products containing the compound.

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Adults With Depression Are More Likely to Consume Cannabis, Study Finds

Health surveys show that rates of cannabis consumption have been steadily growing in the US, particularly among people living with depression.

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