Investigators concluded, “Our study highlights the need for better integration between medical cannabis and mainstream healthcare [providers].”
The study’s author determined, “Cannabinoids may be considered for FMS treatment.”
“Now, going forward, tens of thousands of otherwise law-abiding New Jerseyans will no longer be subject to arrest and a criminal record for their personal use of marijuana.”
“Our findings suggest potentially important benefits to older workers and society at large” following the legalization of marijuana.
Researchers concluded, “Cannabis use is associated with a reduced risk of elevated fatty liver index in HIV-HCV co-infected patients.”
In a published opinion, justices determined that the state’s voter-initiated medical cannabis access law supersedes the authority of judges to limit probationers’ use of the substance.
Investigators determined that performance following the ingestion of both alcohol and cannabis together “was significantly greater than the effect of each drug by itself.”
Virginia legislature sends bills to Governor Northam to approve dispensing of herbal medical cannabis