According to the latest Gallup poll, marijuana support in the United States is at an all time high of 58 percent.
Researchers conducted a comprehensive review of 36 studies and found that truck drivers take substances and drink alcohol while on the job.
According to a new report, the war on illegal drugs is failing.
Marijuana may lower the risk of diabetes, according to a new study that revealed people who regularly smoked marijuana had significantly better blood sugar control.
People suffering mental illnesses are more than seven times more likely to use marijuana on a weekly basis, according to a new study.
People who smoke marijuana are more likely to develop nicotine addiction, a new study reveals.
A new study suggests that smoking cannabis along with tobacco increases nicotine dependence in smokers, making it more difficult for them to quit tobacco. It is a common practice among cannabis smokers to smoke it with tobacco. However, that practice can make them more nicotine-dependent, the study from the Northern NSW Health District suggests. A study by the health promotion research and evaluation team of the Northern NSW Health District has shown that high number of tobacco smokers in the North Coast may be related to use of cannabis.
A new study suggests that Cannabis help some people deal with pain because it makes pain more bearable, rather than actually reducing it. In the new Oxford study which used brain imaging to conclude the findings the researchers claim that they have found psychoactive ingredient in cannabis which reduces activity in a part of the brain linked to emotional aspects of pain.
It seems that after reports that adults have started drinking more responsibly, and that more and more youngsters have admitted to cannabis usage, governments should start Public Service Announcements against smoking and driving as well. A new study suggests that youngsters admit driving within an hour of using cannabis.
Like cigarette smokers, even those who smoke cannabis have a high possibility of relapsing to cannabis use when they experience certain withdrawal symptoms, suggests a new study led by David Allsop of the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC) at the University of New South Wales.
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