If you are a teenager and getting stoned on pot then the consequences for you can be much greater than it is for the adults, as per the latest study conducted by researchers in London
Windy City Cannabis Club is poised to operate a monopolized business of selling medical pot in 4 Southland towns after granted permission by Illinois state regulators.
The union has branded Vireo Health's medical marijuana Kosher.
Health authorities in New York have finally softened up on marijuana use allowing New Yorkers to register for the state’s medical marijuana program which is bound to start January next year.
New South Wales is unwilling to follow the lead of American states to legalize marijuana. In fact, to discourage the teenagers from smoking pot, the regional government released an ad campaign, ‘stoner sloth’, that shows stoned teenagers as sloths that perform poorly in their daily lives and social situations.
The DEA has eased up on some of the protocol restrictions for researchers who are studying the medicinal effects of cannabidiol.
Selling marijuana at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario would help due to its "secure" warehouse systems and social responsibility aspects, says Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynn.
A surprising yet thought-provoking breakthrough claims that babies who are exposed to marijuana while they are in their wombs are subjected to superior vision when they reach the age of four.
A new study found that long-term chronic marijuana use can increase brain connectivity and reduce the volume of the orbitofrontal cortex.
The majority of high school seniors support more liberal marijuana policies, a new study found.
Smoking pot destroys creativity, a new study suggests.
400 pot-infused products were given away for free at the Denver Cannabis Giveaway.
For some adolescents and young adults, using marijuana can become a coping mechanism, a new study reported.
Having college-educated parents significantly lowers teens risk of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.
A new law passed in Berkeley, California will require marijuana dispensaries to set aside two percent of their marijuana for poor residents who need it but cannot afford it.