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Potential new target for cannabis-derived drugs as a treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

Potential new target for cannabis-derived drugs as a treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

Cannabis drugs may benefit those with bowel disease

Cannabis drugs may benefit those with bowel disease

Drug bust in San Francisco could be start of new campaign against pot

Drug bust in San Francisco could be start of new campaign against pot

Naturally produced 'cannabis' in the brain helps with pain relief

Naturally produced 'cannabis' in the brain helps with pain relief

Evidence grows for change in cannabis laws

Evidence grows for change in cannabis laws

Canada first country to approve cannabis based painkiller

Canada first country to approve cannabis based painkiller

Study finds incidence of psychosis and schizophrenia is slightly higher than that found in recent studies

Study finds incidence of psychosis and schizophrenia is slightly higher than that found in recent studies

Crystal Meth Summit in Canada wants drug re-classified

Crystal Meth Summit in Canada wants drug re-classified

Chemicals in Cannabis may help mentally ill

Chemicals in Cannabis may help mentally ill

Medical Research Council funds research to look at cannabis based medicines in multiple sclerosis treatment

Medical Research Council funds research to look at cannabis based medicines in multiple sclerosis treatment

Bone loss reduced by blocking body's cannabis-like substances

Bone loss reduced by blocking body's cannabis-like substances

Fat-fighting drugs may be a far riskier business than they seem

Fat-fighting drugs may be a far riskier business than they seem

Canada approves use of cannabis spray for MS sufferers

Canada approves use of cannabis spray for MS sufferers

Low levels of oral cannabis induces psychosis

Low levels of oral cannabis induces psychosis

Cannabis-based medicines given in a highly-controlled clinical environment unexpectedly lead to strong psychotic effects

Cannabis-based medicines given in a highly-controlled clinical environment unexpectedly lead to strong psychotic effects

Sixteen per cent of people who use cannabis for medical reasons say that their doctor suggested it

Sixteen per cent of people who use cannabis for medical reasons say that their doctor suggested it

Doubts over cannabis being a therapeutic and harmless drug

Doubts over cannabis being a therapeutic and harmless drug

Cannabis use may increase risk of stroke

Cannabis use may increase risk of stroke

Smoking marijuana is associated with increased risk of many of the same symptoms as smoking cigarettes

Smoking marijuana is associated with increased risk of many of the same symptoms as smoking cigarettes

Study shows that obesity is up, as is drinking by women

Study shows that obesity is up, as is drinking by women