Healthy Parents Healthy Children: Cannabis is legal, but what does that mean for mothers when breastfeeding?

Cannabis There is no known safe amount of cannabis (marijuana, hashish, hash oil) to use while breastfeeding. If a mom uses cannabis, it could affect

Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health: What we know about cannabis in the reproductive years

This webinar was presented by Nancy Poole, Director of the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, prevention lead for CanFASD Research Network and the lead

Further Studies Needed on Prenatal Maternal and Paternal Cannabis Use

Addressing comorbid psychiatric problems will be important to decrease cannabis use during pregnancy. Ericksen et al1 have underscored the need for further research on the frequency

News Week: PREGNANT WOMEN ARE USING MARIJUANA FOR MORNING SICKNESS. STUDY ON RATS SUGGESTS THIS COULD AFFECT BABY’S BRAIN

BY KASHMIRA GANDER  Using cannabis while pregnant to ease morning sickness could damage the brain of a fetus, scientists who studied rats have warned. Between 2002

Early and Regular Cannabis Use Is a Strong Predictor of Cognitive Impairment

Starting to smoke cannabis earlier in life — before 16 or 17 — is one of the strongest predictors of noticeable cognitive difficulties according to

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