Drivers who test positive for the presence of THC in blood are no more likely to be involved in motor vehicle crashes than are drug-free drivers.
Might marijuana actually prevent age-related memory loss? New science suggests we have lots to learn about pot
When Olympic snowboarder Ross Rebagliati tested positive for a small amount of marijuana in his blood at the 1998 Japan games, his first-place finish was temporarily called into question.
Cannabis can have a dramatic effect on aggressive forms of brain cancer, a new study shows.
People who use marijuana may be more likely to survive a serious head injury than people who don’t, a new study suggests.
As many cannabis lovers (and readers of this fine newspaper) know, hemp is now legal in Colorado. But it's not an unregulated free-for-all.
Neuroscientists found that extremely low doses of a compound found in marijuana may slow or halt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Not only are mangoes high in Vitamin C, they could be the secret to unlocking marijuana's true potential.
The largely misunderstood distinction now has two correct answers.
CBD-only laws are a pretext to extend marijuana prohibition under the guise of 'protecting the children.'