A Colorado State University, Pueblo researcher presented her work on cannabidiol and epilepsy in canines, and shared where her research is headed.
The study, presented Monday at Anesthesiology 2020, showed that Colorado cannabis consumers, hospitalized for leg surgery after leg breaks, had more pain and needed more anesthesia.
During a recent webinar, the FDA detailed how its Drug Master Files process could speed up research, while keeping proprietary information secret.
“Six years after retail marijuana was legalized in Colorado it is apparent that progress has occurred quicker in the marijuana industry than in science,” health officials wrote.
The guidance swings open the door to hemp grown for research.
A survey of Hash Bash attendees demonstrates that even enthusiasts have a lot of misconceptions about cannabis and health.
How can public health campaigns curb cannabis-impaired driving? A new report finds that the best campaigns “lead with feelings and follow with facts.”
Researchers at Texas A&M University are working on a handheld spectrometer that could provide a cannabis crop’s THC content.
While “pot for pets” has gained popularity in recent years, the US Food and Drug Administration has yet to approve CBD-based drugs for animals.
In states with legal adult use, the age has been set at twenty-one. In Canada, it’s eighteen. New research suggests it’s “optimal” somewhere in the middle.
Canopy Growth, Curaleaf, Tilray, and Cronos—all announced research partnerships with universities across the world. And such relationships can be delicate.
A University of Miami epidemiologist shares early findings on COVID-19 and cannabis with Cannabis Wire.
The exact cause of the serious, sometimes fatal vaping-related lung injuries remains unclear.
In 2016, the US Drug Enforcement Administration said it would, for the first time, open applications for those hoping to become federally-licensed cannabis researchers. The details came four years later.
Cannabis Wire spoke with the CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health about the emerging cannabis industry and its workers.
Research from Penn State looks at Denver, Colorado and suggests that legalization is, at worst, neutral, but likely positive for hospitality.