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A look at the laws, science and ethics regarding denial of hepatitis C treatment after testing positive for marijuana use.
The Canadian harm reduction center will provide medical marijuana at little to no cost as a safer alternative to opioids.
Sometimes hepatitis symptoms may have other causes. If you are a regular marijuana user, you may find this interesting.
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
FDA warns companies marketing unproven products, derived from marijuana, that claim to treat or cure cancer
Legislation aims to end tensions between the feds and the states that make pot legal. Plus: Canada inches closer to full legalization.
Learn 10 things you should know about hepatitis B and do in 2017
In addition to the fact that we are finding that cannabis does not harm the liver, preliminary evidence suggests it may help it.
Part 2 of a two-part series discussing pain associated with hepatitis C, and provides information about marijuana and drug-free pain manageme...
Lab-made pot products boast catchy, harmless-sounding names, but physicians are warning parents and teens that the drugs are causing a growing...
There is no apparent association between the use of marijuana and the progression of liver fibrosis in those coinfected with hepatitis C virus...
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