More Arizonans are using medical marijuana than ever before. This is according to a year-end report on the state’s medical marijuana program, which was released on Jan. 24, 2017, by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
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Marijuana is not likely to increase your risk of having a stroke. This is according to a new study published in the medical journal Stroke, which set out to find the link between early-onset stroke and the use of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana.
A new study shows increased marijuana use among U.S. adults, especially among men, according to a Nov. 29, 2016, press release from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Researchers compared 2002 data with 2014 data and found 4 million more women and 6 million more men had used marijuana within the past year.
A reasonable person could expect weight gain among pot smokers who devour snacks after bong hits, but those extra pounds might not appear after all. New research reveals a correlation between daily marijuana use and lower body mass index, according to an abstract recently posted by the National Institutes for Health.
The Oregon Health Authority recently released its January 2016 review of marijuana consumption in the state.
Weekly CannaBit for the week of Dec. 7, 2015: Women are significantly less likely to participate in medical marijuana programs than men. Women account for half of the U.S. population but only represent one-quarter of the patients in Arizona.
Weekly CannaBit for the week of Sept. 14, 2015: The number of patients participating in DC’s medical marijuana program has grown more than ten-fold from 362 in May 2014 to 3,948 in July 2015.