Cannabis Studies

World News of Wednesday, 16 March 2016 Source: RFI 2016-03-16 Photo: Reuters. France and Canada have the highest percentage of 15-year-old pot smokers among 42 well-off nations surveyed by the World Health Organization, the UN agency said in a report Tuesday. When it comes to policing marijuana, France is far from the most laid-back country […]

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Risky behaviours like fighting and drinking are on the decline, and marijuana use among Canadian youth is now at its lowest level in 20 years, according to a new study on youth health. The findings come from the 2014 Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children survey, a cross-national research study that gives a comprehensive snapshot every […]

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New poll: Texans favor more medicinal use of marijuana texasmarijuanapolicy.org News New poll: Texans favor more medicinal use of marijuana March 5, 2016 Jordan Linley Doug Miller, KHOU 11 News11:15 p.m. CST February 28, 2016 Ever since Colorado legalized recreational use of marijuana two years ago, an inevitable question has arisen: Could it happen here? […]

By Monte Whaley, The Denver Post A Colorado State University researcher is launching a crowdfunding campaign to study the effects of long-term marijuana use among multiple sclerosis patients in northern Colorado. CSU is quick to point out that the research project will not involve providing cannabis or encouraging its use. The study will “simply examine […]

No wonder states where gambling pays the bills, like South Dakota, don’t want legal cannabis. New research from Canada and Boston has determined that synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists, which mimic the effects of cannabis at a higher potency, improve “choice performance” in rats with gambling disorders. This latest research has not only uncovered a new […]

ST. LOUIS, MO — The prevalence of problematic cannabis is decreasing, according to data published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. Investigators at the Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis assessed trends in marijuana use and in the prevalence of marijuana use disorders during the years 2002 to 2013. Researchers determined that the self-reported use of […]

The United States National Research Center (NRC) has been commissioned by the National Institute of Drug Abuse(NIDA) to conduct comprehensive research evaluating the effects of cannabis on the human body. The research, which will take part in seven facilities across the nation, is intended to determine whether or not cannabis can be used to relieve […]