People trying to treat themselves with cannabidiol products likely aren’t getting the care they’re paying for.
The document was discovered in England and is thought to be the only other handwritten copy that exists.
"It's not just about branding the drug. It's branding the condition."
Researchers in Israel have shown off a novel technique that would allow attackers to wirelessly command devices using a laser light, bypassing so-called air gaps.
The goal: Convince the elite to give a shit about the Arctic.
Young scientists and researchers are calling on Ottawa to overhaul how environmental assessments are done.
Despite the rampant "lazy stoner" stereotype, a new study suggests that people who regularly get high are no more lethargic than their non-smoking counterparts—unless they happen to be stoned.
And now for the world’s most unlikely scientific discovery: Researchers have found that they can diagnose early Alzheimer’s disease with nothing more than a tablespoon of peanut butter and a ruler.