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Pain

Research & Development Pain

New Hope for HIV?

| Phoebe Harkin

Cannabis has normalizing effect on pre-stimulus gamma activity in PWH

Business & Profession Profession

Dr (No) Pain

Sitting Down With… Mikael Sodergren, Managing Director and Academic Lead, Sapphire Medical Clinics, UK

Research & Development Medical research

The War Within

| Phoebe Harkin

Study finds cannabis appears to have no impact on PTSD treatment outcomes in veterans

Research & Development Addiction

The Unusual Suspects

| Phoebe Harkin

Cannabis misuse is highest among adults – specifically the over 50s – with functional impairments

Research & Development Medical research

CBDo or CBDon't?

| Phoebe Harkin

The lack of clinical evidence and regulation in the CBD market needs to be addressed to improve public perception, according to survey

Research & Development Medical research

Shock Therapy

| Phoebe Harkin

Aerobic exercise appears to offer psychological benefits in women with PTSD by increasing circulating endocannabinoids

Research & Development Medical research

Deep Research Down Under

| Rich Whitworth

Meet the Wizards of Oz in a mini tour of The Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics at the University of Sydney

Research & Development Medical research

The Month In...Research and Medicine February

Monthly roundup of bitesize research breakthroughs

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 Medical research

A Deep Dive Into Cannabinoid Pharmacology

Cannabinoid pioneer Roger Pertwee shares his highlights from 50 years of groundbreaking research


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