Renee D.Goodwin, JiaqiZhu, ZoeHeisler, Torri D.Metz, KatarzynaWyka, MelodyWu, RinaDas Eiden https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2020.107881 Highlights Cannabis use is more common among pregnant US women with vs. without depression.
By Rick Nauert PhD Associate News Editor As the recreational use of marijuana becomes more common, providers warn that consumption of the substance may have dangerous
With the legalization of edible cannabis products, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals, Canadians now have access to a variety of ways to consume cannabis. There
Kelly C. Young-Wolff, PhD, MPH, Kathleen Gali, PhD, Varada Sarovar, PhD, Geoffrey W. Rutledge, MD, PhD, and Judith J. Prochaska, PhD Abstract Background: Cannabis use
TORONTO — Research from three Ontario universities sheds new light on the risks associated with cannabis use during pregnancy, finding the psychoactive component of the
Kharbanda, E.O., Vazquez-Benitez, G., Kunin-Batson, A. et al. Birth and early developmental screening outcomes associated with cannabis exposure during pregnancy. J Perinatol (2020) doi:10.1038/s41372-019-0576-6 Abstract Objective To compare birth