Study: Marijuana Workplace Impairment Metrics Likely Flawed

New research has found bias and bad methodology behind many studies that allegedly prove cannabis workplace impairment can be dangerous. Workplace drug testing has come under fire in the last few years as more states legalize cannabis. Blood tests, which claim to help employers find the best...

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Study: Marijuana Workplace Impairment Metrics Likely Flawed

Professional Sports Ease Up on Players’ Cannabis Use

More than 50 teams in major league baseball, basketball, hockey and football now play in states where cannabis is legal recreationally, and at least that many more are in places where it is legal for medical purposes. That’s more than 80 percent of all professional athletes. It’s now easier to...

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Professional Sports Ease Up on Players’ Cannabis Use

Will CBD cure COVID-19? The evidence is light

CBD products are now available in grocery stores and health emporiums even in U.S. states without medical cannabis laws. So, as the novel coronavirus upends the country, it’s no real surprise that there are hucksters peddling cannabidiol as a “cure” for COVID-19. “CBD is Way Better Than...

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Will CBD cure COVID-19? The evidence is light

Remembering Charlotte Figi

Charlotte Figi, the young girl with Dravet’s syndrome whose story became the face of the healing properties of cannabidiol and helped change laws around the world, died Tuesday, likely of complications from the COVID-19 virus. This is sad news indeed. Figi’s story was first seen on the Sanjay...

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Remembering Charlotte Figi

Marijuana Legalization — From Grassroots to Essential

In a time of worldwide uncertainty such as the COVID-19 pandemic, relaxation and relief can be difficult to come by. Many people have fallen ill, lost considerable income, or are concerned about the future. For cannabis consumers, the urge to achieve a sense of internal balance precedes the...

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Marijuana Legalization — From Grassroots to Essential