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Marijuana May Treat Psychosis

Smoking weed may actually keep us all from going crazy -- at least that appears to be the consensus of a recent study published in the November edition of the journal Neuropsychopharmacology.  

Pressure Builds for Christie to Legalize Medical Edibles

This Thursday a bill of the utmost importance is set to be introduced into New Jersey lawmakers hands. The "marijuana reciprocity bill," as it is titled, would allow medical marijuana patients in New Jersey to get access to  edible pot from out-of-stat...

The Clinic: Smoke Weed and Don't Worry About Schizophrenia

Of all the scare tactics used over the last century to make people afraid of a largely harmless plant, the idea that smoking pot can cause psychotic episodes or even schizophrenia is one of the oldest and most difficult to overcome. Especially in regards to adolescents, w...

Sports Expert: Time Has Come for NFL to Accept Pot

A member of the sports community believes that with marijuana being legalized in a growing number of states, while gaining unprecedented public acceptance throughout the entire nation, that perhaps the time has come for the NFL to reconsider its ban on cannabis.

Marijuana Works to Treat Arthritis Pain

Marijuana can be used as a viable treatment option against moderate to severe arthritis pain, as a new report indicates that nearly a third of Canadians currently enrolled in the medical marijuana program roll joints for chronic joint pain.

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