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Officials want clinicians to discuss how use of medical marijuana could interact with other parts of their care.
Officials in marijuana-friendly states reacted strongly to new guidance from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions giving federal prosecutors leeway to crack down on cannabis.
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Churches that offer marijuana as a sacrament are popping up across California and the U.S., vexing state and local officials who say they’re simply pot shops in disguise.
Emergency room doctors are seeing a growing number of marijuana users with a mysterious condition that causes extreme vomiting and abdominal pain.
The legalization of recreational marijuana in California and other states poses an added challenge for drug education programs targeting youths.
A new study of tens of thousands of Americans contradicts stereotypes that stoners have less sex.
Many Californians have been using pot for years, legally and illegally. But newbies, even Grandma, might benefit from a website that contains warnings about the risks.
Marijuana use is increasingly popular among older Americans, a new study shows.
Some experts worry that smoking pot could lead to use of tobacco, but proponents of marijuana legalization argue that the two products are different and should not be conflated.