Study: Medical Marijuana Laws Associated With Greater Workforce Participation Among Older Americans

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Study: Medical Marijuana Laws Associated With Greater Workforce Participation Among Older Americans | Paul Armentano The enactment of statewide medicinal cannabis programs is associated with greater participation in the workforce by adults age 50 and older, according to the findings … Read More

Study: Opioid Prevalence Falls Following Medical Cannabis Legalization

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Study: Opioid Prevalence Falls Following Medical Cannabis Legalization | Paul Armentano The implementation of medical marijuana programs is associated with a decrease in the prevalence of opioids detected among fatally injured drivers, according to data published in the American Journal … Read More

Study: Oral THC Safe and Effective for Treatment of Spasticity in Pediatric Patients

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Study: Oral THC Safe and Effective for Treatment of Spasticity in Pediatric Patients | Paul Armentano DUSSELDORF, GERMANY — The administration of oral, synthetic THC (dronabinol) is safe and effective for the treatment of refractory spasticity in pediatric patients, according to … Read More

Study: Epileptic Patients Report Subjective Benefits from Cannabis

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Study: Epileptic Patients Report Subjective Benefits from Cannabis | Paul Armentano ONTARIO, CANADA — Patients with epilepsy frequently experiment with cannabis and most report experiencing subjective benefits following their use of the substance, according to data published online ahead of print … Read More

Study: Marijuana Use Not Associated With Adverse Outcomes In Transplant Patients

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Study: Marijuana Use Not Associated With Adverse Outcomes In Transplant Patients | Paul Armentano BALTIMORE, MD — A history of marijuana use is not contraindicated in kidney transplantation, according to data published online ahead of print in the journal Clinical Transplantation. … Read More

New Study: Teen Drug and Alcohol Use Declining Suncoast Rehabilitation Center Says Results Indicate Drug Education Could be Working

Spring Hill, FL (PRWEB) January 20, 2015 According to the latest Monitoring the Future survey released in December 2014 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), children are smoking fewer cigarettes, drinking less alcohol and abusing fewer prescription and … Read More

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