High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


New Research About Prenatal Exposure to Pot and Vision Proves Interesting

Research published by scientists from the University of Waterloo in Canada set out to determine the effects of prenatal drug exposure on vision of preschool children. They determined methamphetamine exposure does not affect visual function, motion perception was impaired...

Pot Matters: How Cultivation Killed Prohibition

Following the Paraquat scare of the late 1970s, Americans began to grow cannabis in the United States—initially in California, Oregon and Hawaii. In response, the DEA began a concerted effort to eradicate U.S. grown cannabis with an aggressive program, the Domestic ...

Gallery: HIGH TIMES Headwear Launch Party

Tuesday night HIGH TIMES took over Ramscale Studios in New York City to celebrate the launch of HIGH TIMES Headwear. Check out all of the fun pics from the event and keep your eye on HighTimesHeadwear.com, which launches this w...

Study: Cannabis Improves Outcomes in Opioid-Dependent Subjects Undergoing Treatment

Cannabis use is associated with improved outcomes in opioid-dependent subjects undergoing outpatient treatment, according to data published online ahead of print in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Will Medical Marijuana Ever Be Covered By Medicare?

Pot smoking among a certain sector of the country’s approximately 76 million baby boomers was a serious cultural phenomenon as they came of age in the 1960s. 



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