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Slower drivers pose a risk to roadway safety, according to a recent study out of the University of Toronto.
Yet another publication has highlighted that the loosening of cannabis laws tends to decrease the rate at which teens start using cannabis.
Synthetic cannabinoids warrant careful scrutiny in relationship to vaping-related lung injuries.
Public health researchers at Oregon State University surveyed pesticide use in Oregon between 2016-2017, focusing on worker safety. Steel yourself, it’s bad news.
A recent publication described aspects of the interaction between CBD and clobazam but they're a little late to the game
Confused about cannabis addiction and withdrawal? So are the experts.
Find research and resources related to the recent outbreak of vaping related lung injury.
“[T]he degree of impairment resulting from recent cannabis use is difficult to distinguish from other conditions such as advancing age or use of certain medications,”
A recent analysis examined the incidences of fatal car crashes in the five years before and after cannabis legalization in Colorado and Washington.
Scientists examined how savoring positive experiences predicts aspects of problematic cannabis use, but the numbers don't add up.