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Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug means it's pretty tough to study. Here's what we know.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is characterized by nausea and vomiting after using marijuana and was thought to be incredibly rare — until now.
Marijuana is dose dependent — the more someone has, the stronger the effects. A new study shows how easy it is to overshoot the target of relaxation.
We know enough to say that cannabis has legitimate medical uses and that it's less harmful than some substances, but researchers still have big questions.
We know less about marijuana than we think — here are the biggest mysteries researchers are trying to solve
There are questions about how recreational marijuana affects people young and old; questions about how pot affects patients; and questions about the plant.
Evidence shows that marijuana works for pain, the medical reason most people want it — but doctors still have questions
Even if we're sure it works, doctors still want more research to help them decide when marijuana might help a patient and when something else is a better idea.
The committee considered more than 10,000 studies, from which they were able to draw nearly 100 conclusions. The report reveals how much we still have to learn.
A number of people use marijuana to fuel workouts, but we don't know how well it actually works for that purpose. Here's what we would need to figure it out.
While the DEA didn't reschedule marijuana, it did announce a plan to increase the supply of marijuana available for medical research.