Study Finds Cannabis Use Not Related to Loss of Motivation

Study results show that marijuana use is not independently associated with a loss of motivation among teenagers, according to recently published research. The research, by a team of investigators affiliated with Florida International University, was published online last week by the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. The authors of…

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New ‘Seeds of Change’ report rates states on cannabis equity, finds most lacking

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Survey Finds Almost 70 Percent of Clinicians Believe Cannabis Has Therapeutic Value

The overwhelming majority of United States clinicians believe cannabis has medicinal value, according to a new survey released last month. The findings, published in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, showed that almost 70 percent of the clinicians surveyed “believe that cannabis has medicinal uses,” while a little more than…

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Canadian Study Finds Significant Reduction In Opioid Use Linked To Medical Cannabis Authorizations

A recently released Canadian study has found that authorizations to use medical cannabis for chronic pain patients correlated to a reduction in opioid use among those to whom they are prescribed. A report on the research, “Opioid use in medical cannabis authorization for adult patients from 2013 to 2018: Alberta,…

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Survey Finds Over 60% of Patients In Texas Prefer Medical Cannabis To Prescription Drugs

A new survey out of Texas reveals that, according to the data they gathered, 61 percent of the state’s medical cannabis users turn to medical cannabis as a replacement for prescription drugs.  The survey, which comes from InformedTexas.org and was carried out by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy…

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Amid legalization, teen hospitalizations for pot down 50%, CDC finds

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Study Finds No Evidence Legal Medical Cannabis Increases Youth Marijuana Use

A study of data from across the country has found no evidence that the legalization of medical cannabis and the establishment of dispensaries encourages marijuana use by young people. The study, “Medical marijuana laws (MMLs) and dispensary provisions not associated with higher odds of adolescent or heavy marijuana use: A…

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