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The Columbian
Washougal city councilors divided on marijuanathe potential dangers of marijuana, such as getting addicted to it. “Is mariju
Washougal city councilors divided on marijuana
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
the potential dangers of marijuana, such as getting addicted to it. “Is marijuana addictive?” he said. “According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, only 9 percent of people show any sign of actual addiction.” He also said alcohol is more... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
What to know about prescription painkillersprescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone frac
What to know about prescription painkillers
KTXS Abilene / Posted 4 days ago
prescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone fractures and headaches, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Here are questions for you -- and your doctor -- before starting an opioid... Read more
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KECI Missoula
What to know about prescription painkillersprescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone frac
What to know about prescription painkillers
KECI Missoula / Posted 4 days ago
prescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone fractures and headaches, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Here are questions for you -- and your doctor -- before starting an opioid... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
What to know about prescription painkillersprescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone frac
What to know about prescription painkillers
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 4 days ago
prescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone fractures and headaches, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Here are questions for you -- and your doctor -- before starting an opioid... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
What to know about prescription painkillersprescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone frac
What to know about prescription painkillers
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 4 days ago
prescribed to treat everything from cancer and post-surgical pain, to bone fractures and headaches, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Here are questions for you -- and your doctor -- before starting an opioid... Read more
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The Border Mail
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local marketalmost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor M
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local market
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
almost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor Marilyn Huestis, a long-term member of the US National Institute of Drug Abuse and the National Commission on Forensic Science, says synthetic cannabis can be up to 100... Read more
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The Courier
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local marketalmost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor M
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local market
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
almost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor Marilyn Huestis, a long-term member of the US National Institute of Drug Abuse and the National Commission on Forensic Science, says synthetic cannabis can be up to 100... Read more
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The Age
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local marketalmost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor M
Designer death: new killer drugs to flood local market
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
almost daily basis, according to international toxicology experts. Professor Marilyn Huestis, a long-term member of the US National Institute of Drug Abuse and the National Commission on Forensic Science, says synthetic cannabis can be up to 100... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Acceptance can’t mask marijuana’s unintended effectsArticle Tools Not everyone who takes marijuana gets high or feels good. Some
Acceptance can’t mask marijuana’s unintended effects
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
Article Tools Not everyone who takes marijuana gets high or feels good. Some users panic, the National Institute of Drug Abuse said on its website. Even among patients using marijuana for medical conditions, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Acceptance can’t mask marijuana’sunintended effectsArticle Tools Not everyone who takes marijuana gets high or feels good. Some
Acceptance can’t mask marijuana’sunintended effects
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
Article Tools Not everyone who takes marijuana gets high or feels good. Some users panic, the National Institute of Drug Abuse said on its website. Even among patients using marijuana for medical conditions, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read more
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CNBC
Jesse Ventura: The DEA has just been ‘toying with us’ on legalizing marijuanaInstitute of Health (NIH) has provided Dr. Mechoulam with funding for cannabis
Jesse Ventura: The DEA has just been ‘toying with us’ on legalizing marijuana
CNBC / Posted 11 days ago
Institute of Health (NIH) has provided Dr. Mechoulam with funding for cannabis research since the early 1960s, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) gave him a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 for his research. So what does that... Read more
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Philly.com
Most say pot use OK for PTSD; researcher seeks volunteers to smoke ithas helped them. One U.S. medical doctor, Suzanne Sisley, spent nearly seven y
Most say pot use OK for PTSD; researcher seeks volunteers to smoke it
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
has helped them. One U.S. medical doctor, Suzanne Sisley, spent nearly seven years attempting to obtain cannabis from the National Institute of Drug Abuse to study its effects on PTSD. She recently got approval from the DEA to proceed, and has... Read more
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DW
US drug agency denies marijuana reclassification |of July, only researchers at the University of Mississippi are allowed to grow
US drug agency denies marijuana reclassification |
DW / Posted 18 days ago
of July, only researchers at the University of Mississippi are allowed to grow the plant under a contract with the National Institute of Drug Abuse. At least 25 states in the US have permitted the use of some forms of marijuana for... Read more
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Business Insider
The DEA made a big decision on marijuana, but it wasn’t the one everyone was hoping forsupply of marijuana available for research comes from one lab at the University
The DEA made a big decision on marijuana, but it wasn’t the one everyone was hoping for
Business Insider / Posted 18 days ago
supply of marijuana available for research comes from one lab at the University of Mississippi under a contract with the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA). "A big part of the government’s reasoning is that marijuana ‘has no currently... Read more
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New York Post
Vaccine could be a saving grace for cocaine addictsin earlier experiments. Weill Cornell plans to enroll 30 cocaine addicts in a
Vaccine could be a saving grace for cocaine addicts
New York Post / Posted 22 days ago
in earlier experiments. Weill Cornell plans to enroll 30 cocaine addicts in a three-year clinical study funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse and National Institutes of Health. Participants will be compensated $25 per visit and up to... Read more

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