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Leafly Study Debunks Dispensary Myths Around Crime & Teen Use

Most research finds cannabis stores lead to improvements in public safety, health, and property values. So why are towns still banning them?

THC-Blood Levels Can’t Be Determined Postmortem, Research Finds

New research questions the accuracy of THC levels of individuals involved in fatal car accidents.

Cannabis Can Make You More Creative—But It’s Complicated

Is the link between cannabis and creativity authentic? Here’s what current science has to say about it.

Allergies Buggin’ Out? Cannabis Can Help, or Hurt

Amid contradictory research, Leafly asks cannabis doctors about marijuana for allergy relief.

Forget Couch Lock. For Many, Cannabis Is an Exercise Aid

A first-of-its-kind study suggests cannabis can be a potent exercise aid, increasing enjoyment of physical activity and easing after-workout recovery.

Can You Donate or Receive a Kidney If You Use Cannabis?

Despite the incredible need for donor organs, recipients and donors who are also cannabis consumers have traditionally been turned away, but new research and state legislatures are changing that.

Want to Get a Degree in Cannabis? Here’s Where to Start

A growing number of colleges are adding cannabis to the curriculum to prepare graduates for careers cultivating, researching, analyzing, and marketing the herb.

Using CBD to Tame a Cannabis High? Small Doses May Have the Opposite Effect

CBD can either dampen an out-of-control cannabis high or boost it. Here's how CBD dosage controls the ascent or descent of your high.

Will Tomorrow’s THC Be Brewed in a Lab?

Yeast gave humanity bread and beer—our cannabis buzz may be next.

Canadian Researchers Studying Hemp Protein to Treat Hypertension

"If the clinical trial shows that hemp can help reduce blood pressure, then other treatment areas will be examined."

Reports Claim Bisexuals Smoke the Most Cannabis. Is There Any Truth to It?

Researchers are finding that bisexuals smoke more cannabis than other communities, but is there any truth to the claim?

Cannabis Consumers Have Higher Sperm Counts, Harvard Study Finds

Contrary to popular myths, new research links cannabis consumers and a 38% higher sperm count than never-users.

The Most Efficient Way to Smoke Cannabis? Study Says Dabs

A milligram saved is a milligram earned. And the THC savings pile up in dab rigs, concludes research published in Forensic Science International this month.

UC Berkeley Launches a Cannabis Research Center

One ongoing study could help more cannabis farmers go legal. Other research is flourishing as stigma against the crop dies out in academia.

Pain Relief, Cannabinoids, and Neuroplasticity With Dr. Michael Moskowitz

We talked to Dr. Michael Moskowitz about the science behind the entourage effect and how cannabis should be used as a medicinal treatment.

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