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Adverse effects

Research & Development Adverse effects

A Ticking Time Bomb?

The new midlife crisis: long-term cannabis use may be associated with cognitive deficits and lower hippocampal volume by age 45

Research & Development Addiction

Coping With Cannabis

| Margot Lespade

Is cannabis doing more harm than good for veterans with PTSD?

Research & Development Addiction

Feeling Sluggish?

| Margot Lespade

New research adds weight to the link between THC and a decrease in motivation

Research & Development Addiction

In the Zone

| Margot Lespade

Could cannabis mitigate symptoms of ADHD?

Research & Development Adverse effects

Calculated Risk

| Margot Lespade

Cannabis may ease symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – but at what cost?

Business & Profession Adverse effects

Top Cannabis Science Headlines: February Roundup

| Lauren Robertson

Our top picks from the month’s research, business and policy news across the cannabis industry

Research & Development Adverse effects

Baby Brain

| Phoebe Harkin

Study investigates worrying association between adolescent cannabis use and neurodevelopment

Research & Development Adverse effects

Driving Under the Influence(s)

| Phoebe Harkin

Researchers assess impact of cannabis and alcohol – alone and in combination – on driving

Research & Development Adverse effects

The Synth Sense

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

Cannabis modified with synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists is the new dangerous trend sweeping Europe and beyond

Research & Development Adverse effects

Does Cannabis Legalization Increase Youth Use?

| Phoebe Harkin

According to 10 years of research, the answer is no


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