Anyone who has an opioid prescription in New York just became eligible for medical cannabis.
Data suggests that legal medical cannabis can lower opioid use and dependency while also helping addicts cope with withdrawal.
The Surgeon General is committed to solving the opioid crisis. But he's not sure that medical cannabis is the solution.
This could be a huge boost to New York's medical marijuana program.
In a continued effort to combat the opioid epidemic, Philadelphia health officials will start to offer medical marijuana to recovering opioid addicts.
Drug traffickers in Nebraska were halted in their tracks by state patrol officers.
The Illinois Senate votes to give medical marijuana to opioid addicts. But will access be enough to defeat addiction?
Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania is taking the steps to reduce opioid dependency in the state.
In the interest of harm reduction and lowered rates of infection, Virginia will get its first needle exchange program this year.
In an attempt to change his mind on the matter, Dr. Sanjay Gupta writes open letter to Jeff Sessions about cannabis.