(HealthDay)—Marijuana use is on the rise among older Americans, with one in 20 saying they had used within the previous month, according to a new study.
Usage among senior citizens is becoming increasingly common, new data suggests.
Medical marijuana may help several different health conditions, from epilepsy to anxiety.
Researchers believe that increasing numbers of seniors are using cannabis medicinally, but the study notes an increase in pot use among alcohol users and diabetics, too.
The Canadian Medical Association has called for a single regulatory system for medical and recreational marijuana, but other stakeholders say a separate stream protects patients and ...
Almost two-thirds of patients in the US who get medical marijuana are using it as a treatment for chronic pain, a new study suggests.
A new study seeks to understand whether people are using medical cannabis for evidence-based reasons.