A perplexing new syndrome that’s linked to marijuana users is becoming a concern for doctors, Business Insider reports. Continue reading Perplexing Condition Linked to Marijuana Use Is Troubling Doctors
Voters in nine states will have the chance this year to decide whether they want to legalize the recreational or medical use of marijuana.
Marijuana legalization means that bigger corporate interests and institutional capital will enter the industry and start competing with the businesses and entrepreneurs who have been at it for decades.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reportedly knows what’s up. Following the revelation in April that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was considering a federal rescheduling of marijuana, the FDA seems to be looking to our northern neighbors for tips on how best to regulate what’s now responsible for the coolest gym in the world (i.e. one you can be baked in).
With weed slowly but surely entering the same mainstream acceptanceterritory as our dear friend alcohol, one omission in the general political discussion surrounding this continued widespread legalization has become strikingly apparent: all those other drugs people love. Whether or not one considers weed and/or alcohol a “drug,” the science surrounding the impact of alcohol compared with the impact of other so-called “drugs” is relatively inarguable.