California, Massachusetts and Nevada legalized marijuana on Tuesday in what seems to be the country’s changing attitude towards the plant. Leading up to the election, recreational marijuana was legal in only four states, namely: Alaska, Georgia, Oregon and Washington, including Washington D.C. With the addition of these three states, the percentage of Americans living in… Read More

On Tuesday, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch acknowledges that the consumption of cannabis does not lea a person to use harder drugs. Lynch’s public statement may be the clearest repudiation yet of the mythical “gateway theory” originally created by drug czar Harry Ansliger in the 150s. Lynch made the statement during a town hall meeting… Read More

Native American tribes can legally grow and sell marijuana, even in states where it is considered illegal. This is a result of the Depart of Justice’s 2014 move to stop US attorneys from prosecuting Native American tribes that grow and sell cannabis on reservations. Native Americans are a sovereign nation, meaning their tribes have the… Read More

A study released just last year reveals that cannabis improves the way in which the body heals broken bones. Researchers from the American Society for Bone and Mineral research took to the laboratory to examine how cannabis can help heal broken bones. Research Methods A group of rats was divided into groups, and all of… Read More

Anorexia Nervosa, commonly know as just “Anorexia,” is an eating disorder in which the sufferer fears gaining weight, and often sees him or herself as overweight despite the fact that he/she is not. As of 2013, Anorexia affects about two million people around the world. Here, we’ll look at the disorder, common treatments, and how… Read More