In a landmark move, the United States Food and Drug Administration approved prescription medicine with marijuana for the very first time. Epidiolex is expected to treat epilepsy-related seizures.
A new survey shows that most oncologists don't feel knowledgeable enough about the benefits of medical marijuana on their cancer patients. Scientific evidence on cannabis for cancer is scarce, although anecdotal evidence are plentiful.
Mice exposed to low-dosage of cannabis have more links between nerve cells in the brain, compared to those who were not exposed.
A 10-year-old golden retriever from Colorado named Chance got sick after eating edible marijuana. Her owner, Patty Moore, is calling pot users to be more careful.
The potential of marijuana and other cannabis products to help treat dementia and other disorders have appeared time and time again in various researchers. However, further research into testing these potential medications have been continuously blocked by the law.
The liberals will introduce a piece of legislation in April to begin the process of legalizing and regulating the "weed."
If the bills are passed, Illinois would be the first Midwestern state to allow the general public to purchase marijuana.
Puberty can be considered as quite the wild stage for any growing person. After all, this is the part of anyone's life that can be considered an 'experimental' phase, as this is where everyone gets to know themselves. Unfortunately, this also means teenagers may be exposed to unwanted elements. One of these is fake weed.
2017 begins with another good news for marijuana sympathizers. It seems the drug can have beneficial effects to cancer victims, especially those suffering from brain cancer. It appears a variation of marijuana can kill brain cancers.
Stoned dogs are more common -- and more dangerous - than you think.
Children can inhale marijuana through secondary exposure, with their little bodies taking in the harmful psychoactive chemicals in the illicit drug as well, new study shows.
Over a dozen Naperville North High School students were rushed in the hospital earlier this week after eating gummy bear candies that were allegedly laced with marijuana.
A new research suggests that a compound found in marijuana could help reduce seizures in patients with certain types of epilepsy.
American Society of Addiction Medicine cites that drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US, with 47,055 lethal drug overdoses in 2014.