Today's marijuana may be much more potent than pot in the past, according to the results of new tests.
Regular pot smokers are at five times more risk for developing severe mental health issues, says a new study. Continue reading →
Using marijuana daily for four years or longer may be related to certain changes in the brain, according to new research.
While it might seem logical to assume marijuana smoke isn't as harmful for you as cigarette smoke, the truth is a bit murkier, and it turns out that smoke is smoke -- exposure to either can raise your risk of heart disease.
If you smoke a LOT of pot, and you're a teen, your brain might take a beating later on.
Trace examines the benefits and drawbacks of legalizing weed, looking at states that already have laws on the books permitting its use.
Laci Green reports on a new addiction study of more than 100 adolescents, with results that might surprise the "weed isn't addictive" crowd.
A new mother in Oregon wants to breastfeed her baby even though she regularly smokes marijuana, but experts are concerned about the risks of the drug to the baby's brain.
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