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National Institute of Health Study Finds Teen Marijuana Use Not Increasing Post-Legalization

According to the recently released University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future survey,self-reported marijuana use by adolescents hasn’t increased in recent years despite the majority of states legalizing it for either medical or adult use. The study was commissioned by the National Institutes on Drug Abuse, which is a part of the[…]

Study Finds Marijuana Dispensaries Associated With Reductions In Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths

Counties that permit the operation of medical cannabis dispensaries possess reduced rates of opioid-related mortality, according to the findings of an academic research paper published on the SSRN online network. Researchers from Claremont McKenna College in California, the University of Georgia, and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock assessed the localized[…]

Marijuana Legalization Associated With Reduced Use Of Opioids, Finds New Study

The enactment of laws legalizing marijuana on the state level is associated with a reduction in the use of schedule III opioid drugs among Medicaid enrollees, according to a new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Investigators with the University of California, San Diego assessed the relationship between recreational marijuana[…]