This article first appeared on MadebyHemp. Few industries are as misunderstood, or as complimentary, as cannabis and blockchain. Both niches are young and exist in highly speculative markets with foggy regulatory conditions, but have also received an influx of highly talented entrepreneurs and programmers looking to solve some of their respective industry’s largest problems. In […]
Cannabis use increased significantly in the year leading up to legalization among women and people over 50, a long-running survey in Ontario found.
A new report by researchers at the University of British Columbia has found that up to one-third of pregnant women believe it is safe to ingest cannabis during pregnancy.
From cannabis candy to dried meat with marijuana, the federal government has set out proposed new rules on how pot products can be sipped or munched.
AP Altria‘s $ 1.8 billion investment in the cannabis producer Cronos is mutually beneficial, a Cowen analyst says. Cronos has a focus on rare cannabinoids, which has greater potential than just focusing on the two most known cannabinoids, Azer added. Cronos can leverage Altria’s expertise to focus on ingredient composition without reliance on a massive cultivation […]
Shoppers Drug Mart holds medical cannabis seminars for doctors, raising questions about who should be selling the product and how doctors should be advising patients about how to use it.
People with Type 1 diabetes who use cannabis may be at higher risk for complications, study suggests
Researchers found an association between marijuana use and increased risk of diabetic ketoacidosis, which can lead to severe dehydration, brain swelling and even death.
Even though the rate of pot use is growing the fastest among Canadians who are 65 and older, seniors — and their doctors — struggle to find information that addresses their specific health questions.
Emily Post might not have been thinking about cannabis when she wrote down the rules of etiquette, but that doesn’t mean you should throw manners to the wind if you dabble in legal weed.
Experts say making marijuana legal will help yield much needed insight into the drug’s health effects — both positive and negative.