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Fed Study Shows Teen Use Declines, but Is the Data Any Good?

The annual SAMHSA survey finds adult cannabis consumption up, teen use down. But the study's methodology raises questions about the data.

Wasn’t the DEA Going to Let Others Grow Research-Grade Cannabis?

Yes, it was. So why has the agency delayed applications? Sue Sisley demands an answer, and the courts agree with her.

How Reliable Are Cannabis Strain Names?

Is that Blue Dream you're smoking really Blue Dream? Analyzing data from our lab partners, we figure out which strains are actually what they say they are.

Illicit Cannabis Vape Carts Hospitalized 7 in California, Doctors Say

A rare public health warning was issued to avoid illicit market THC e-cigarettes.

Study Finds Cannabis Dispensaries Reduce Opioid Deaths by 21%

It's not just legalization, say researchers—it's access to legal cannabis dispensaries that helps the most.

The Latest in Cannabis Research: Winter/Spring 2019

From finding the brain region that gets you high to more benefits of CBD, we round up the most intriguing studies in cannabis science from the first half of 2019.

Is Cannabis Safe When Pregnant? Study Seeks Answer, Draws Critics

"I don't want us to cry wolf," says the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. "We have to do these studies in a way that can identify risks."

What Is CBDV (Cannabidivarin) & What Does This Cannabinoid Do?

CBDV, or cannabidivarin, is one of many molecules derived from cannabis. Learn more about this little-known cannabinoid and its potential promise in medicine.

Study Finds Youth Cannabis Use Not Linked to Adult Brain Structure

An Arizona State University examined 200 brain scans from adults who used cannabis in their youth. They found 'no lasting effects.'

Researchers Ask: Is Cannabis Contributing to Denver’s Smog?

In the nation's 12th smoggiest city, scientists are looking into the possible role of urban-sourced terpenes.

Why Don’t We Know More About Cannabis and Psychosis?

Some pundits claim cannabis causes psychosis. Scientists aren't so sure. A new study asks why, after years of research, the relationship remains so uncertain.

New Roadside Cannabis Test Approved for Use in Canada

But the new device, much like its predecessor, still doesn't detect drug impairment.

Why Doesn’t The Scent of Cannabis Linger?

Cannabis smoke doesn't stick like tobacco smoke does.

Three Big Questions for CBD Researchers

As basic research around cannabidiol steams ahead, a lot has yet to be done. Here are some of the big questions the scientists studying CBD will be looking to answer in the coming years.

The ‘Sleepy’ Cannabinoid CBN Might Not Actually Be Sedating

The cannabinoid CBN is popularly believed to be sedating and is commonly marketed as a sleep aid. But is there research to back this claim up?

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