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Mental health issues, addiction concerns of legal marijuana

Another clinical problem internists may begin to see is marijuana dependence, according to Dr. ... Budney AJ, Roffman R, Stephens RS, Walker D.Marijuana dependence and its treatment.
May 2015

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What did Obama mean?

A couple of notes: First, California's medicinal marijuana laws must have made the drug awfully easy to come by that magic brownies are now selling on the street for
May 2019

Marijuana use may diminish metabolic syndrome

Marijuana use may diminish metabolic syndrome. Marijuana is one of the most widely used drugs in the United States, and many states have legalized the medical use of cannabis. ... Despite the fact that marijuana contains cannabinoids and
May 2019

Why I'm skeptical about marijuana's medical benefits

The medical use of marijuana is a different question, not one of social policy but of science: are there specific medical benefits to cannabis? ... Where does cannabis fit in? The science so far doesn’t look good.
May 2019

Marijuana requests: Relief or ‘permission’?

He had a friend with cancer who suggested marijuana to him,” said Dr. ... She will never approve marijuana for short-term nausea or for new patients.
November 2010

Public health for nincompoops

You may feel strongly that marijuana should absolutely be available for medical use. ... And while on the topic, plain old tobacco is more addictive than cannabis.
May 2019

All the wrong questions

All the wrong questions. Should marijuana be legal, for either medical or recreational use? ... Benzos are incomparably more dangerous than marijuana. Why are these drugs legal and in current use?
May 2019

The drive to dismantle 'Obamacare'

The fuss over medical use of marijuana is a good example. ... Many legal drugs are incomparably more dangerous and addictive than marijuana.
May 2019

QD: News Every Day--Prescription opiates causing more treatment admissions

Five substance groups accounted for 96% of admissions: alcohol (42%), opiates (21%), marijuana (18%), cocaine (9%), and methamphetamine/amphetamines (6%), reported the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. ... Marijuana was either
May 2019

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