Bad Science

Bad Science

Not all science is created equal. Learn about how Reefer Madness continues to influence cannabis science.

While some studies show therapeutic benefits and some show harms, others show no effects at all.
Some cannabinoid researchers make honest errors, others engage in fraud, but few are held accountable
A molecular biologist deconstructs sensationalist claims that cannabis can prevent or treat the coronavirus.
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Another hare-brained idea about cannabis replacement therapy from NIDA.
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A flawed study by Harvard scientists claims that marijuana impairs driving even when users aren't high.
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Scientists often interpret research to suit funding goals. Why is that problematic?
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Illinois coroners are blaming a mother’s alleged marijuana use for the death of her newborn.
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Slower drivers pose a risk to roadway safety, according to a recent study out of the University of Toronto.
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A recent publication described aspects of the interaction between CBD and clobazam but they're a little late to the game

Cannabis Conversations

Louis Armstrong, the legendary jazz artist and lifelong cannabis smoker, returns to his ancestral homeland
Project CBD talks with Dr. Bonni Goldstein about whole plant cannabis remedies, nonintoxicating cannabinoids, and cancer care for children.
Expert cannabis botanist and geneticist Ryan Lee talks to Project CBD about breeding cannabis, THC & CBD content, and how to interpret lab data.

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