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Persistent cannabis use linked to violent behavior among young people with mental illness - News-Medical.net


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Persistent cannabis use linked to violent behavior among young people with mental illness
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A new study by researchers at the Institut en santé mentale de Montréal demonstrates that sustained used of cannabis is associated with an increase in violent behavior in young people after discharge from a psychiatric hospital. The research by Dr.

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Former City worker, 42, who smoked cannabis for three decades fell to his death after drug 'devastated his mind' - Daily Mail


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Former City worker, 42, who smoked cannabis for three decades fell to his death after drug 'devastated his mind'
Daily Mail
The family of a former City worker have blamed cannabis for 'devastating' his mind before he fell to his death from a block of flats. Aaron Dover, 42, had smoked potent forms of the drug since he was 15 and his mother believes its effects ultimately ...

Cannabis consumption increases violent behaviour in young people in psychiatric care - EurekAlert (press release)


Cannabis consumption increases violent behaviour in young people in psychiatric care
EurekAlert (press release)
Montréal, October 9, 2017 - A new study by researchers at the Institut en santé mentale de Montréal demonstrates that sustained used of cannabis is associated with an increase in violent behaviour in young people after discharge from a psychiatric ...

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Cannabis consumption increases violent behaviour in young people in psychiatric care - Medical Xpress


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Cannabis consumption increases violent behaviour in young people in psychiatric care
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Previous research has already shown that a cannabis use disorder is associated with violent behaviour. According to this new study published in Frontiers in Psychiatry, users who reported at each follow-up visit that they continued to smoke cannabis ...

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Data Dive: Alaska Cannabis Sales Continue to Rise - Leafly


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Data Dive: Alaska Cannabis Sales Continue to Rise
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Cannabis sales continue to progress nicely, as summer tourism really helped ratchet up sales in the state. Also, it should be noted that the average amount of taxes paid by each cultivator has declined in recent months, as the total number of taxpayers ...
Alaska Sets Recreational Cannabis Sales Record for Sixth Straight MonthMERRY JANE

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A group of licensed cannabis producers want to set up their own weed store in Alberta - VICE News


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A group of licensed cannabis producers want to set up their own weed store in Alberta
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Some of Canada's biggest marijuana producers are banding together to create a private retail co-operative that would sell cannabis for recreational use in Alberta, once it is legalized next year. The Canadian Cannabis Co-op — made up of 12 licensed ...
Editorial: Keep gov't out of cannabis retailingEdmonton Journal

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California Considers Public Comments on the Environmental Impact of Its Cannabis Regulations - Cannabis Business Times


California Considers Public Comments on the Environmental Impact of Its Cannabis Regulations
Cannabis Business Times
The California Bureau of Cannabis Control held three public workshops in September to answer questions and receive comments about the release of its California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Initial Study and Proposed Negative Declaration (IS/ND) for ...

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Cannabis Industry Reacts to DEA Chief Chuck Rosenberg's Resignation - Cannabis Business Times


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Cannabis Industry Reacts to DEA Chief Chuck Rosenberg's Resignation
Cannabis Business Times
Rosenberg had been at odds with Justice Department leaders over cannabis research, The Washington Post reported, and was disappointed in the department's decision to block the DEA from taking action on several requests to grow marijuana for research ...
House GOP slams cannabis twiceThe Leaf Online

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