Does legal marijuana cause users to consume more alcohol?
Smoking "skunk-like" cannabis may damage a crucial part of the brain responsible for communication between the two brain hemispheres.
Where can you find the strongest marijuana? Take a look at Denmark. Scientists have found that the concentration of the euphoriant THC is strongest in some of the skunk farms in Denmark.
Illegal pot farms may just be harming the rare, forest-dwelling fisher. Scientists have found that illegal marijuana farms in California are threatening this species.
Marijuana may just be able to help transplant patients. New research reveals that THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana, may delay the rejection of incompatible organs.
It turns out that marijuana-use in teenagers is on the rise. Scientists have found out that while cigarette and alcohol use are stable or declining, more marijuana is being used.
Could you have the medical effects of marijuana without the side effects? That may just be the case.
New findings published in the journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors reveal that youth who saw advertising for medical marijuana were twice as likely as peers who said they never saw an ad for the substance to report wanting to use it or doing so in the future.
How does marijuana impact your driving? That's a good question and now, researchers have taken a closer look.
Researchers have found that the vast majority of edible cannabis products sold in medical marijuana dispensaries carried labels that either overstated or understated the amount of THC in the products.
Child may be exposed to marijuana. Scientists have discovered that marijuana exposure among children that are five years of age or younger has increased as states have legalized the drug.