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Legal Marijuana Found to be Replacing Prescription Drugs

 the majority of customers at two cannabis retail stores in Colorado are using legal marijuana to treat pain and insomnia, and some have even managed to reduce their use of prescription medication

A new study recently published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs has found that the majority of customers at two cannabis retail stores in Colorado are using legal marijuana to treat pain and insomnia, and some have even managed to reduce their use of prescription medication as a result IFLScience.com reported. 

Euphoria vs. Paranoia - Scientists Explore Differences in Effects of Marijuana

Why smoking marijuana elicits vastly different reactions between smokers has never been fully understood, but researchers believe that it may have to do with a specific part of the brain

Why smoking marijuana elicits vastly different reactions between smokers has never been fully understood, but researchers at Western University Canada’sSchulich School of Medicine & Dentistry believe that it may have to do with a specific part of the brain, IFLScience.com repor

Study Uncovers New Ways the Zika Virus is Impacting Children

Infants they have found that are experiencing developmental delays, regardless of whether or not they have microcephaly.

When the Zika virus first began spreading across South America in 2015, the primary concern for pregnant mothers was that, if infected, their child may be born with microcephaly - a neurological condition where an infant’s head is smaller than expected, typically due to the brain developing abnormally in the womb or not growing as it should after birth. 

 

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