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Lack of Cannabis Research is Hampering Arthritis Treatments, Review Finds

Many patients with rheumatic disease pain are aware of the benefits of cannabis-based treatments, but research is lagging behind them.

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Smoking Cannabis Can Combat Fatigue, Study Finds

It might fly in the face of every common stereotype, but according to new research from scientists at the University of New Mexico, smoking cannabis may actually improve feelings of fatigue.

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Heavy Metals Analysis in Hemp Extract Products

Speaking at Analytical Cannabis’ recent extraction symposium, Diane Pickett and Serena Giovinazzi of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Division of Food Safety detailed new results from their laboratory’s research into heavy metal contamination in hemp extracts.

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Exploring How VR Could Be Used in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy

Technology Networks spoke with the two researchers who wrote a recent paper on how virtual reality might be incorporated into psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

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Cannabis Linked to Heart Disease, But a Soybean Compound May Mitigate Risk, Study Finds

Frequent cannabis users are more likely to have a premature heart attack –a heart attack before the age of 50 – than non-users, according to new research from scientists at Stanford University.

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FDA Issues its First Warning Letters on Delta-8 THC

According to the administration, the products were illegally marketed as unapproved treatments for various medical conditions.

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Canada Needs Better CBD Policies to Protect Consumers From Unlicensed Products

Has Canadian cannabis legalization has accomplished all it set out to do? A tea of researchers from Memorial University of Newfoundland think there could be some improvements, particularly when it comes to the CBD market.

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Cannabis Poisoning Cases in Pets Have Risen Since Legalization, Study Finds

The number of cannabis poisoning cases reported in Canadian pets has increased significantly since 2018, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

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Understanding Sources of Heavy Metals in Cannabis and Hemp: Benefits of a Risk Assessment Strategy – Part 1

In the first part of a new series, Rob Thomas and Tony Destefano outline what the cannabis testing sector can learn from the pharmaceutical industry when it comes to heavy metal contamination.

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