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Adolescent Cannabis Exposure Not Associated With Structural Brain Changes In Adulthood Per Study

The use of cannabis during adolescence is not associated with structural brain differences in adulthood, according to longitudinal data published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Investigators from Arizona State University and the University of Pittsburgh assessed the impact of adolescent cannabis exposure on brain morphology in adulthood. Researchers tracked differing adolescent [read more]

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U.S. Government Approves Increased Production Of Cannabis For Clinical Research

Federal officials have approved plans for the University of Mississippi to grow 2,000 kilograms (4,409 pounds) of cannabis to provide to investigators for clinical trial research, according to the Associated Press. Since 1968, the University of Mississippi farm, which is governed by the US National Institute on Drug Abuse, has held the only available [read more]