Research shows understanding teen use helps develop effective prevention programs.
Study finds adults age 50 and older with functional impairments use medical cannabis more and are more likely to suffer from prescription opioid and tranquilizer/sedative use and misuse.
Crucially, the scientists say, the benefits of the drug came without the cost of hallucinations, a side effect which may aggravate stress.
Scientists at UC San Diego Health have begun the first known randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial to investigate whether cannabis can effectively treat acute migraines.
Changes in state recreational cannabis laws can have a significant knock-on effect on the illegal market for other drugs, claims a new study.
The research, which used data from US poison centers, found such facilities are increasingly receiving calls about adverse events associated with cannabis products.
The announcement is one of the first major cannabis-related actions to come out of the Biden administration.