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The EPA has refused to offer guidance for pesticides on cannabis.
A pilot study recently demonstrated that cannabis extracts can be safely used to ameliorate symptoms of severe dementia.
There is no scientifically supported threshold of ∆9-THC bodily content that would be indicative of impaired driving.
Is cannabis a reproductive toxin? Should products include warning labels? Project CBD responds to call for public comment by California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
To what extent is research on cannabis in pregnancy complicated by tobacco?
"What about the children?" is a mantra that has been used to propel prohibition with misplaced fear.
A new study from researchers at San Diego State University examined the interaction between cannabinoids and alcohol on the fetus.
Cannabinoids consistently amplify the toxic effects of nicotine and alcohol on the fetus.
CBD could protect against hypoxic ischemia, a complication that prevents a baby from getting enough oxygen during birth.
Finding an optimal dose is even more difficult for people with liver or kidney diseases, as these are the major organs that clear chemicals from the blood.