A flawed study by Harvard scientists claims that marijuana impairs driving even when users aren’t high.
Scientists often interpret research to suit funding goals. Why is that problematic?
One of the biggest issues with an unregulated drug market is the presence of adulterants.
Illinois coroners are blaming a mother’s alleged marijuana use for the death of her newborn.
Researchers found that a low dose of cannabis increased some mating behaviors.
A new diagnostic technique could help at-risk women.
Slower drivers pose a risk to roadway safety, according to a recent study out of the University of Toronto.
Yet another publication has highlighted that the loosening of cannabis laws tends to decrease the rate at which teens start using cannabis.
The CDC’s diagnostic criteria for EVALI parallel the symptoms of synthetic cannabinoid use.
Public health researchers surveyed pesticide use in Oregon between 2016-2017, focusing on worker safety. Steel yourself, it’s bad news.