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Neurology & psychology

Research & Development Medical research

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Luke Turner, Michael Schubert, James Strachan, Stephanie Sutton

From Parkinson’s to press coverage, five papers that piqued our interest

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Red Flags for Fetal Brain Development

| Jonathan James

How does THC exposure during pregnancy affect dopamine signaling in the fetal brain?

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Balancing Act

| Matthew Hallam

Does CBD really counteract the neuropsychiatric risks of THC?

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Stemming Epilepsy's Effects

| Jonathan James

A dose-escalation study aims to quantify the value of CBD in children with epileptic encephalopathy.

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Fishing for Answers

| Matthew Hallam

Cannabinoid receptor 2 exerts behavioural effects in zebrafish - and may do in humans, too.

Research & Development Adverse effects

Cannabis on the Brain

| Matthew Hallam

Does cannabis use impact long-term mental health? New research suggests that it just might.

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

MND: the (Therapeutic) Gap

| Jonathan James

Could a cannabis extract help with symptoms of motor neuron disease?

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Too Much of a Good Thing?

A little THC reduces stress, but higher doses have the opposite effect, research has found

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Chilled Out?

Evidence suggests that regular cannabis users have different response to stress compared to non-users

Research & Development Medical research

Cannabinoids: More Research, Please!

Four researchers in health, pharma and psychology describe how cannabinoids fit in with their work – and why further research is needed to help advance treatment.


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