Cannabis, so hot right now.
Mourners at a German funeral were accidentally served a drug-laced cake, police said.
The first FDA approved cannabis-derived drug is now in the hands of patients.
For decades, though nobody was really sure why, April 20 has been the unofficial holiday for marijuana users and a joke by and about them. Now, though, it's also a reminder of how quickly marijuana is moving from illegal and a joke to a multi-billion dollar legal business — and a good time for us to take another look at how well cannabis stocks have been doing.
People who regularly use cannabis may need two times the level of sedation required by nonusers when undergoing medical procedures, a small-scale study finds. Fentanyl, midazolam and propofol, three sedation drugs commonly used during endoscopic procedures, were compared in the research.
Cannabis use in Colorado has been on the rise since medical cannabis was liberalized in 2009 and recreational cannabis went on sale in 2014, and it has led to an increase in emergency department visits, according to a new study.
Hemp and CBD: It's a good thing. Just ask Martha Stewart.
Canopy Growth's cannabis business is booming thanks to the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada last fall.
Retailers are racing to grab a piece of the booming CBD market.
Idaho State Police says it seized 6,701 pounds of illicit marijuana from a truck passing through the state last month. The Colorado company that bought the plants in Oregon says it's legal hemp. But the truck driver caught in the middle is now facing felony marijuana trafficking charges.
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The latest "it" ingredient to hit menus is CBD, short for cannabidiol, one of over 60 cannabinoids found in the cannabis sativa plant (more commonly known as marijuana).
Smoking isn't the only way teens are using cannabis. According to a study published Friday in the medical journal JAMA Network Open, they are also vaping it or using edibles.
It took a fight in court, but a 5-year-old girl will be allowed to bring her cannabis-based medicine to school and attend class with other students, according to a ruling by a California administrative court on Friday.
Nearly 1 in 11 middle and high school students in the US has used cannabis in an e-cigarette, according to a new report.
Coca-Cola is considering a move into the growing market for cannabis-infused drinks.
For middle-age Americans, the percentage of cannabis users has doubled over nearly a decade, according to the a study published Thursday.
Cannabis stocks have been soaring since the maker of Corona beer boosted its investment in Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth by $4 billion.
The maker of Corona is betting that consumers want something more than beer and booze.
The farmer plucks a cannabis flower from a long stalk. He presses it against his nose, inhales deeply and begins to extol the therapeutic -- if not necessarily scientific -- properties of his crop.
Rite Aid and other U.S. pharmacies could soon sell a drug derived from cannabis.
A police dog in Chicago helped officers seize over $10 million worth of marijuana on Thursday.
The US Food and Drug Administration approved a cannabis-based drug for the first time, the agency said Monday.
A majority of cannabis dispensaries in Colorado recommended their products to women posing as pregnant customers with morning sickness, clashing with doctors' warnings about the potential harms, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology.