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Cannabis Use During Pregnancy Increases Risk of Psychiatric Problems in Children, Study Finds

The increases were very small, but deemed statistically significant by the researchers.

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Colorado to Require Cannabis Vapor Testing by 2022

Come 2022, cannabis labs in Colorado will be required to test the actual vapor of cannabis oils and concentrates for heavy metals.

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CBD Can Reduce Seizures Independent of Clobazam, Study Says

Add-on CBD can effectively reduce seizure frequency in patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome, irrespective of concurrent clobazam usage, new research claims.

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Indoor vs Outdoor Cannabis Cultivation: Which Better Prevents Fungal and Bacterial Pathogens?

Whether it's an indoor facility or an outdoor greenhouse, different techniques can help combat pathogens while the cannabis is grown and and harvested.

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Synthetic THC is Associated With Increased Mortality in Older Lung Disease Patients, Study Finds

Despite the risks identified by the study, the researchers say they still believe the cannabinoid drugs nabilone and dronabinol can be useful treatments.

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Ohio Regulators Recall Cannabis Edibles Due to Heavy Metal Contamination

A batch of Encore Edibles reportedly didn't pass all the required heavy metal tests before being sold at eight dispensaries across Ohio.

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Oregon Regulators Suspend a Cannabis Lab For Unlicensed Testing

The order bans Ecotest Labs from operating and receiving any cannabis material until further notice.

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Regular Cannabis Consumers Require More Anesthetic, Study Finds

In a new study, researchers found that regular cannabis consumers reported higher levels of pain following operations and received higher doses of opioid pain medications while in hospital.

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A Heating Element, Not Vitamin E Acetate, May Be the Primary Factor in EVALI Cases, Study Says

During a new study, researchers noticed that certain devices consistently resulted in lung injury cases – even without the presence of nicotine, THC, or vitamin E acetate.

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