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EVIO Launches Pathogen Surveillance Program for Cannabis Cultivators

This service can help producers identify plant pathogens contributing to loss of yield or quality in your grow facility.

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Collaboration Sets Out to Improve Cannabis Breeding and Seed Production

The partners aim to create high-quality, comprehensive genome assemblies of several varieties of cannabis to uncover and utilize the genetic variation of the species in a breeding program.

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Effects of Smoked Cannabis on Lung Health Unknown: More Research is Needed

Canadian researchers have recently expressed concerns over the unquantified risks associated with smoking cannabis.

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More Than One in Ten Heavy Cannabis Users Experience Withdrawal After Quitting Cannabis

As the number of Americans who regularly use cannabis has climbed, so too has the number of those experiencing cannabis withdrawal symptoms.

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Engineered Yeast Could Enable the Efficient Production of Pure Cannabinoids

The large scale production of all cannabinoids could soon be possible thanks to a biotech company based in Hungary.

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Could Cannabis Make an Effective Dementia Treatment?

Sundial Growers and the University of Saskatchewan have just agreed to investigate the use of cannabis to treat dementia as part of 3 year agreement.

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MyDx to Support Study on the Impacts of Cannabis Use in HIV Patients

The overarching goals of this study are to oinvestigate the influence of marijuana on major health outcomes and behavior in persons living with HIV in order to help guide clinical recommendations and identify risk factors for consequences.

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Review Reveals Lack of Research on the Impact of Cannabis Use on Puberty

"As puberty is a critical window of physical growth and development, it is critical to fully understand what impact cannabis consumption can have." Constantine Samaan, associate professor of the Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University.

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62,000 Brain Scans Used to Help Identify Drivers of Brain Aging

The lead author of the related paper commented: “Based on one of the largest brain imaging studies ever done, we can now track common disorders and behaviors that prematurely age the brain."

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Teen Cannabis Use is Not Without Risk to Cognitive Development

The concurrent and lasting effects of adolescent cannabis on important cognitive functions have now been observed and appear to be more pronounced than those observed for alcohol.

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