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A scientist went looking for genes that cause cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. But a public spat with a cannabis influencer who suffers from the disease may have derailed his research.
Ironically, growing it in a controlled environment has a huge environmental impact.
New study shows evidence of positive outcomes is scarce while symptoms can be exacerbated
Two-thirds of Americans say marijuana use should be legal, reflecting a steady increase over the past decade.
When regulators dictate who grows a cash crop, they can spread the wealth—or help the rich get richer.
Tushar Atre aimed his money and his talents at revolutionizing cannabis extraction. Two years in, he was dead--leaving behind a cloud of questions about the true nature of America's newest gold rush.
Legalizing marijuana gives us an opportunity to begin to repair the damage caused by our current criminal justice system. It’s long past time to legalize marijuana and create a cannabis industry…
Permitting pot is one thing; promoting its use is another.
No one is more nervous about the legalization of marijuana than the beer industry.
Cannabis is legal in many U.S. states… or is it?
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