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No, Science Has Not Proven Marijuana Lowers Your IQ
This myth keeps getting repeated. But science shows that the truth is much more complicated.
The DEA May (Finally) Allow Private Companies to Grow Cannabis for Research
Up until this point, only the University of Mississippi has been allowed to grow research marijuana. That will soon change.
Women Are More Likely Than Men to Swap Pharmaceuticals for Pot
And they're doing it despite getting less support from doctors.
Stoner Myth Debunked: Workers Who Use Marijuana Do Not Have More Accidents
A new study shows employees who use cannabis are not at higher risk for injury on the job.
Study: Cannabis Does Not Lead to Increased Pain Sensitivity
Research from Canada has found that, unlike opioids, using cannabis as a treatment does not lead to increased pain sensitivity.
Large Study Will Examine THC Treatment For Alzheimer's Patients
Previous studies have found an association between using a synthetic THC product and lower levels of agitation in people with moderate to severe cases of Alzheimer's disease.
The Mind/Gut/CBD Connection - Dr. Chin Explains CBD'S Impact on Gut Health
Have you considered the gut-brain connection?
Cannabis and Sex: CBD Lube Promises To Enhance Life In The Bedroom
In a survey of those who have tried CBD lube, 68 percent said it improved their sex life.
Happy Highs: Cannabis Brands Find Success Marketing Joy and Well-Being
Feel good blends. Giggly strains. Cannabis marketing has one unique offering in its packages: joy, a momentary reprieve from the world.
Why The Cannabis Industry Needs Accessible Research - Q&A with Maha Haq
"As a first-generation American, discussing cannabis is difficult to navigate among the two communities I am part of," says Maha Haq. "But with new research and education, acceptance will inevitably follow."