Medical marijuana is legal in 23 states and the District of Columbia. Vermont is one of those states. But that doesn't matter to one elementary school, where access to a child's needed medication is being blocked by school administrators.Read Full Story
With medical marijuana being legalized in more states, and with some even legalizing recreational marijuana, people have been finding new ways of appreciating the herb. For those who aren't fans of smoking or just want to try something a little different, cooking with cannabis seems to be the way to go.Read Full Story
When you picture a marijuana user, you might think of a 20-something boy in college, a round table circa That '70s Show or even Cheech and Chong. Cheri Sicard doesn't fit any of those images. Sicard first became a regular marijuana user in her late 30s after the plant was recommended to her for a medical condition. "It worked amazing, and took care of a bunch of other things I had going on that I didn't even know I was taking it for, but they disappeared," Sicard told SheKnows. As a writer who was surprised by the efficacy of the plant and also concerned for her health, Sicard began researching the facts behind marijuana. "What I found was that everything I'd been taught was a lie."Read Full Story
Images of children with epilepsy or those suffering from the effects of chemotherapy have been shown on news programs and talked about on radio, with the suggestion that one thing can dull the pain and give quality of life.Read Full Story
A new report has found that marijuana — the drug many have called a "gateway drug" and long tried to keep from becoming legal — may actually not be nearly as bad for us as some other "drugs" most of us use legally and frequently. This includes alcohol and tobacco. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, indeed!Read Full Story
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