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How Can Psychedelics Be Used to Treat Addiction?

Technology Networks spoke with Professor David Nutt and Anthony Tennyson to discuss the unique considerations of treating addiction and the role of psychotherapy in psychedelic treatments.

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How Terpene Research Can Inform Cannabis Brands

Nadav Eyal, CEO and co-founder of the cannabis R&D company Eybna, explores how terpene science is changing the way terpenes are included in cannabis products.

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CBD Helps Treat Exhaustion in Healthcare Workers, Study Finds

Could CBD be a viable treatment for burn-out among healthcare workers? One research group thinks so.

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Cancer Patients Use Less Marijuana Than the General Public

A new study from researchers at Massey Cancer Center shows that as many states were legalizing recreational marijuana, cancer patients continued to abstain in large numbers.

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Is "Problem" Cannabis Use A Covid-19 Risk Factor?

Research indicates problematic marijuana use is correlated with poorer Covid-19 outcomes.

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Another Study Suggests Marijuana Can Alter Sperm Volume and Health

But the side effects weren’t all bad. The study also found that men who smoked marijuana were more likely to have sperm that swam faster.

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Most Cannabis Labs Correctly Test THC and CBD in Hemp Oil, NIST Study Finds

The majority of cannabis testing labs in the US appear to correctly quantify the amount of THC and CBD in hemp oil products, according to a new report from the federal agency.

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Endocannabinoid Release Can Combat Seizures But Leads to Stroke-like Aftereffects, Study Finds

The findings could help guide the development of new drugs that are able to dampen the strength of epileptic seizures and reduce their potential aftereffects.

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Epidyolex Receives UK Approval to Treat Seizures From Tuberous Sclerosis

The cannabis-derived oral spray can now be prescribed for seizures associated with tuberous sclerosis complex, a rare genetic condition that causes benign tumors to develop in different parts of the body.

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