22 May 2018 | BBC News
The GP of a boy with epilepsy says the child had benefited from his prescription for cannabis oil.
21 May 2018 | Belfast Telegraph
The mother of a severely epileptic boy who was the UK’s first patient to receive marijuana legally on the NHS is to lobby MPs this week after the Government halted his prescription .
18 May 2018 | Forbes
A new study by BDS Analytics dives into the social impacts, details, and nuances of cannabis legalization in California, providing evidence suggesting that the new law has deeper influences than solely permitting the growth of a multi-billion dollar industry.
16 May 2018 | Business Insider Australia
While hemp and its more famous cousin, marijuana, are both varieties of cannabis sativa, one of the three main subtypes of the cannabis plant, they’re different in a number of ways.
15 May 2018 | ABC Texoma
Suffering from PTSD after serving in combat, Todd Larkin says prescription drugs aren't the only way to deal with chronic pain and trauma.
12 May 2018 | The Irish Examiner
The young mother of a boy with a brain condition — who had been seizure-free for months — is pleading with the Government to make it easier to access medicinal cannabis, before he becomes gravely ill.
10 May 2018 | Radio NZ
Investors rushing to buy into what could be the country's first medicinal cannabis producer caused the crowd-funding site Pledge Me to crash for a two nights in a row.
9 May 2018 | The Guardian
As Canada prepares to legalise marijuana this summer, politicians are facing growing calls to grant a blanket amnesty for people convicted under the existing drug laws – many of whom belong to marginalized groups.
4 May 2018 | WPTV
Medical marijuana is now legal in Florida, but there is one big problem for law enforcement: There is no way to prove if someone is driving while high.
2 May 2018 | Houston Chronicle
An estimated 500,000 Texans have epilepsy, but the cannabis law restricts its use to those suffering from the rarer “intractable” form.