They can't even do their own jobs. I am not against medical marijuana; I am for science. ... Marijuana is a Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Schedule 1 drug, alongside heroin, LSD, and ecstasy.
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.
has near the highest rates of cocaine, marijuana and alcohol use. ... using marijuana than in the U.S.
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.
The changing landscape around cannabis use can be dizzying, for both patients and physicians. ... What's more, patients who are ingesting, smoking, or inhaling marijuana or related products may not be telling their physicians about them.
Instead, our legislature passed House Bill 523, which will legalize medical marijuana use. ... Shouldn't those who champion medical marijuana use demand this level of independent scrutiny?
A first look at issues that aren't cut-and-dried on the surface: when to prescribe medical marijuana, and when to prescribe statins. ... But for physicians approached by patients looking for “permission” to use marijuana, the answer isn't always a
Long-Term Cannabis Users May Have Structural Brain Abnormalities. ... The amygdala (fear and aggression) and hippocampus (emotion and memory) tended to be smaller with heavy cannabis users, the study found.
Of patients with EVALI who had data on substance use, 82% reported using vaping products containing tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive component of cannabis, according to a CDC study published on ... Vitamin E acetate is also used in
Marijuana dependency is also on the increase as a problem in the U.S., Dr. ... Today you can smoke a marijuana cigarette and it would be equal to smoking 26 cigarettes at Woodstock.