Tag Archives: Marijuana

Marijuana Use Is At Its Highest Rate Ever And Causing Many Problems For Adults Of All Ages

As states began to legalize marijuana, it was often asserted that the legalization of the drug would help decrease crime rates and act as a remedy for many different diseases and mental health disorders. While, in places like Colorado, crime has decreased, the figures differ nationwide. A recent study shows that marijuana use has greatly increased in Americans over the ...

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Marijuana For Depression: New Study Reveals Drug As Viable Treatment

Marijuana for depression may be the next cause that defenders of marijuana legalization latch on to after a new study has indicated the drug could be a viable form of treatment. Huffington Post reports that neuroscientists from the University of Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions found that “endocannabinoids — chemical compounds in the brain that activate the same receptors as ...

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Tinder-style dating app pairs marijuana users

Fred LambertDENVER, Feb. 5 (UPI) — High There, a Denver-based app that connects marijuana users in 23 states for dating and networking, will soon be released in Apple’s App Store. Latest News – UPI.com

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U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Says Medical Marijuana Can Help, Measles Vaccine Is Safe And Effective

The United States’ new Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy, indicated that medical cannabis can help some patients and the measles vaccine is safe and effective. Dr. Murthy, who is making history as the youngest surgeon general and the first to be of Indian descent, discussed the safety of the measles vaccine and his views on medical marijuana as he joined “CBS ...

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Fake Pot More Dangerous Than Actual Marijuana, Kids And Doctors Agree

Fake pot is said to be more dangerous than the drug it’s meant to replace. Synthetic marijuana contains chemicals which many believe are more hazardous than cannabis. Let’s make one thing very clear right away. Marijuana is an illegal drug according to Federal law, and unless you live in a state such as Washington or Colorado (both of which have ...

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