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Did cannabis legalization improve a state’s mental health?Emily Earlenbaugh - Published on September 8, 2023Read more
A new study finds mental health admissions went down after legalization.
Large study finds canna-moms’ kids have normal brainsEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on July 6, 2023Read more
Heredity—not THC—appears to drive outcomes.
Real cannabis worked in rare study on chronic painEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on June 14, 2023Read more
Pain and insomnia reports fell. Quality of life improved.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta adds to chorus of cannabis research on autism in 2021Emily Earlenbaugh - Published on December 20, 2021Read more
More science supports cannabinoid therapies for autism symptoms.
5 studies on how cannabis can improve your sex lifeEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on February 11, 2021Read more
Whether or not weed can help in the bedroom has been debated for years. Check out some recent research showing that it can.
Hemp testing over 0.3% THC must be destroyed—here’s whyEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on September 21, 2020Read more
The 2018 Farm Bill opened up hemp farming in the US, but when an entire crop tests over 0.3% THC it’s considered illegal.
How detrimental is indoor cannabis cultivation to the environment?Emily Earlenbaugh - Published on August 19, 2020Read more
A new study argues that indoor cannabis is worse for the environment than outdoor, but many companies are already changing the indoor landscape.
Can cannabis prevent or cure the coronavirus? The data look dubiousEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on April 22, 2020Read more
‘Cannabis isn’t an antiviral medication,’ says a leading cannabinoid physician. ‘It doesn’t really function that way.’
Cannabis IQ drop is a myth, new twin study confirmsEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on December 27, 2019Read more
A new twin study finds that genetic and environmental factors—not cannabis—drove IQ down over time.
Pesticide maker bans its own product due to cannabis stigmaEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on October 14, 2019Read more
There’s no reason to ban Natria’s pesticides—except for the company’s own distaste for the cannabis industry.