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06/04/2020

Trends in Marijuana Vaping and Edible Consumption From 2015 to 2018 Among Adolescents in the US
Megan E. Patrick, PhD1,2; Richard A. Miech, PhD3; Deborah D. Kloska, MA3; et al Anna C. Wagner, BS1; Lloyd D. Johnston, PhD3 JAMA Pediatr. Published online April 6,...

DOI: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2020.0175
01/04/2020

Cannabis: Patients With Bipolar Should Avoid Use
David N. Osser, MD We frequently encounter patients who use cannabis. More than 50 indications for medical marijuana...

Volume: 37 Issue: 4 Psychiatric Times
01/04/2020

Vaping: What You Should Know
Do you know what vaping is? Have you or your friends ever tried it? [vaping graphic] According to...

DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration)
01/04/2020

Sex-related differences in subjective, but not neural, cue-elicited craving response
Sex-related differences in subjective, but not neural, cue-elicited craving response in heavy cannabis users ShikhaPrashad, Ryan P.Hammonds,  Amanda...

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2020.107931
26/03/2020

Cannabis in Medicine
An Evidence Based Approach

Springer.com
26/03/2020

Re: Cannabis exposure as an interactive cardiovascular risk factor & accelerant of organismal ageing
Published on: 26 March 2020 Response to Lane Re: Cannabis exposure as an interactive cardiovascular risk factor and...

BMJ Open
23/03/2020

Controls To Enhance the Cultivation of Marihuana for Research in the United States
A Proposed Rule by the Drug Enforcement Administration on 03/23/2020

Federal Register/Vol. 85, No. 56/Monday, March 23, 2020/Proposed Rules
21/03/2020

Cannabis:  How it does its Damage
Cannabis: How it does its damage

https://cannabisskunksense.co.uk
19/03/2020

Concerns about CBD
Concerns about CBD  by David G Evans

Cannabis Industry Victims Educating Litigators (CIVEL)
18/03/2020

Big cannabis in the UK: is industry support for wider patient access motivated by promises
Big in the UK: is industry support for wider patient access motivated by promises of recreational market worth...

BMJ 2020;368:m1002 doi: 10.1136/bmj.m1002 (Published 18 March 2020)

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