More research is being done on the subject of cannabis and pregnancy.
Doctors are torn on the matter.
Some are critical of the warnings and believe they are excessive.
The usage occurs most often during the first trimester.
A new study from a Canadian healthcare facility might make women who are pregnant think twice before getting high.
UW researchers want to know if consuming cannabis during pregnancy is as bad as everyone thinks it is.
In some cases, the cannabis industry encourages postnatal use.
Rats who were exposed to cannabis vapor while still in utero were found to have cognitive function different than those who had not been exposed.
Is cannabis the new pregnancy wonder drug?
Do THC and CBD have the potential to be effective birth aids? A growing number of mothers and mothers-to-be seem to think so.