Marijuana produces a range of psychological and physical effects that can be unpredictable at times.
Women with menstrual cramps in New York State may soon have a new option for easing their monthly pains: medical marijuana.
Cannabis, or marijuana, is one of the oldest psychoactive substances. It is often smoked, brewed or eaten for its medicinal and recreational effects.
The marijuana compound THC may be linked to improved memory during aging, a new study in older mice finds.
The number of marijuana-related ER visits made by teens and young adults more than quadrupled at one Colorado hospital after the state legalized the drug.
In recent years, illegal marijuana use has risen faster in states that have legalized medical marijuana than in states without such laws, a new study finds.
The findings of the new study could have implications for helping people quit smoking, the researchers said.
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