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alzheimers-sept17.jpg Tai-Yen Chen, a chemist at the University of Houston is investigating the link between copper protein molecules in the brain cells and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.

MCR Labs, a cannabis testing facility in Massachusetts, has agreed to pay a fine of $225,000 for improper disposal of marijuana products, according to reports. The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission reportedly approved the settlement with MCR Labs at a meeting last week. As part of the settlement...

alzheimers-sept16.jpg A new study done by researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine suggests that how quickly a person's pupil dilates while taking cognitive tests may reflect the increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.

InterCure said that its subsidiary Canndoc has entered into a medical marijuana products distribution deal with a subsidiary of Israel-based generic drug maker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. InterCure holds a valid license in Israel for the entire medical cannabis value chain through its 100...

tea-sept13.jpg A recent study conducted by researchers from the National University of Singapore and collaborators from the University of Essex and the University of Cambridge suggests that drinking tea regularly improves brain health.

ecigerette-sept13.jpg A recent study done by the researchers at the University of Utah Health has revealed the presence of large immune cells containing numerous oily droplets, called lipid-laden macrophages, within the lungs of people using E-cigarettes

cannabisbasedbeer-sept13.jpg California-based brewer Two Roots Brewing Co. said it has agreed to acquire Rochester Mills Production Brewery, a craft beer producer in Michigan. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. The deal will enable Two Roots to expand its U.S. market presence and also bring cannabis-infused beer...

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration or DEA has proposed to increase the amount of marijuana that can be produced legally in the U.S. for research by more than 30 percent, while reducing the amount of five opioids manufactured in the country. The DEA proposes to increase the amount of marijuana...

Missouri has received more than 2,100 medical marijuana industry applications for the state's 348 licenses. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services or DHSS said that as of August 19, it has received 2,163 medical marijuana facility applications. Of this, 1,163 applications are for...

Canada-based CannTrust Holdings Inc. (CTST) said Thursday that it will reduce its workforce by about 180 people, or 20 percent, as part of a review of its operations. The troubled cannabis company added that both the Special Committee of its Board and its new executive leadership team are continuing...

Marijuana Company of America Inc. or MCOA said it has launched VivaBuds, its premium cannabis delivery service, in the San Fernando Valley, California. The announcement marks an expansion of the hemp and cannabis company's delivery service within California. In April, MCOA said it acquired a 20 percent...

The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency or MRA has issued a recall for four medical marijuana products in the state after the products failed testing standards for pesticide and heavy-metal contamination. The recall is part of the ongoing investigation by the MRA into the testing and reporting practices...

sleeping-sept03.jpg   Researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder, the University of Manchester, and the Massachusetts General Hospital conducted MR analysis of nearly half-a-million UK Biobank participants to find out the relation between the amount of sleep one has and the risk of Myocardial infarction or MI, also known as heart attack.

Cannibble Food-Tech Ltd., an Israel-based food-tech developer of cannabis-based edibles, announced the launch of its "The Pelicann" brand in the U.S. Cannibble a developer of cannabis-infused food, beverages, nutritional supplements and spices, said it is targeting the U.S. first as it is the biggest...

adf-083019.jpg After analyzing the effects of four-weeks of alternate day fasting, the researchers found that it was more than just a weight loss program. The results showed amazing positive impacts on cholesterol, blood pressure, and abdominal fat.

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