Study: No Link Between Cumulative Cannabis Use And Kidney Disease

No Link Between Cumulative Cannabis Use And Kidney Disease

CALIFORNIA:  Neither current nor the long-term cumulative use of cannabis is associated with negative effects on the kidneys, according to longitudinal data published online ahead of print in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Investigators at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco assessed the impact of past Read the full article…

BBC Channel 4′s Drug Show To Have Volunteers Smoke Cannabis

Municipalities across the country are split on how to handle the zoning on medical marijuana production facilities.

CANADA: Marijuana is a class B drug in the United Kingdom and will still get a person arrested for possession of the drug. Notwithstanding, Channel 4 will air a show entitled “Drug Live: Marijuana” which will have willing volunteers smoke either a placebo, cannabis resin (mild), or skunk marijuana (strong marijuana) in a controlled laboratory. Leading Read the full article…

BBC Channel 4′s Drug Show To Have Volunteers Smoke Cannabis

CANADA: If an employee presents their employer with a prescription that says they need to be able to use medicinal marijuana at work, “there is now an onus to accommodate the medical use of marijuana in the workplace to the point of undue hardship.

CANADA: Marijuana is a class B drug in the United Kingdom and will still get a person arrested for possession of the drug. Notwithstanding, Channel 4 will air a show entitled “Drug Live: Marijuana” which will have willing volunteers smoke either a placebo, cannabis resin (mild), or skunk marijuana (strong marijuana) in a controlled laboratory. Leading Read the full article…

A Link Between Marijuana, Schizophrenia Is Tenuous

"Samuel T. Wilkinson's attempt to tie marijuana to mental illness is reefer madness all over again."

NEW YORK: Samuel T. Wilkinson’s attempt to tie marijuana to mental illness (“Pot-Smoking and the Schizophrenia Connection,” WSJ op-ed, July 2) is reefer madness all over again. The evidence indicating a causal relationship between marijuana consumption and mental disorders is “neither very new, nor by normal criteria, very compelling,” according to research published in the journal Read the full article…