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Adverse effects

Research & Development Medical research

Found in Translation

| Rich Whitworth

Sitting Down With… Ziva Cooper, Director of the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative

Research & Development Pharmaceutical

We Need a Bigger Fence

| Rich Whitworth

When it comes to (medical) cannabis, why all the side picking?

Research & Development Medical research

The Month In... Research and Medicine

| Charlotte Barker

The latest biomedical research on cannabis and cannabinoids in a bitesize format

Research & Development Medical research

Is Cannabis a Heart Breaker?

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabis use linked with poorer recovery from heart attack or revascularization procedures

Research & Development Pain

Cannabis and Anesthesia: The Drugs Don’t Work?

| Charlotte Barker

Patients who used cannabis required more anesthesia during surgery and had more pain afterward

Research & Development Adverse effects

Dangerous Legacy?

| Charlotte Barker

Exposure to cannabis in the womb is associated with psychiatric symptoms in childhood

Research & Development Legislation & policy

In Numbers: Cannabis Research Funding

Analyzing grants awarded for cannabis research in the USA, Canada and UK

Business & Profession Profession

Occupational Health in the Cannabis Industry: a Green Collar Crisis?

| Charlotte Barker

Workers in the cannabis industry are at risk of respiratory issues and allergies following exposure to cannabis dust

Research & Development Addiction

From Cannabis to Cocaine?

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabinoid exposure leaves adolescent rats more susceptible to cocaine

Research & Development Adverse effects

Don't Go Breaking My Heart

| Jonathan James

Imaging study provides new clues about the effect of cannabis on the heart


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