This study uses National Survey on Drug Use and Health data from 2013-2014 to compare the characteristics of medical vs nonmedical marijuana users across all US states.
This Viewpoint examines physicians caught between permissive local statutes and prohibitive federal regulations regarding use of marijuana and summarizes recommendations about marijuana for patient care from the agencies authorized to protect the public.
This Viewpoint calls for improved surveillance of the use and of health effects of marijuana in the wake of evolving state policies that increase legal access to the drug.
This Viewpoint, the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and colleagues discuss what is known about the effects of marijuana use during pregnancy on child neurodevelopment and caution against use of the drug to alleviate nausea of pregnancy, given permissive state laws related to access.
This study uses National Survey on Drug Use and Health data to characterize trends in the use of marijuana among pregnant and nonpregnant women from 2002 through 2014.
This Editorial discusses some of the medical and legal considerations surrounding use of medical marijuana and cannabinoid drugs.
This Viewpoint describes the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and the unexpected and adverse health effects reflected in hospital data collected so far.
This synopsis of a medicine grand rounds conference uses an example of a patient with chronic low back pain as the basis for discussing the use of medical marijuana for treating chronic pain and other disorders.
This Medical News article discusses the challenges physicians face in recommending medical marijuana.
This Medical Letter review summarizes prescription cannabinoid formulations derived from botanical marijuana available for clinical use and the supporting evidence for various indications.
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