Although very common, insomnia can be very annoying. Around 16 million people suffer from sleepless nights or insomnia in the United Kingdom, and nearly 70 million Americans have a sleep disorder.
It seems that Zoom, a world-renowned secure video platform software, may offer its users much more than a sophisticated method of staying in touch.
Could cannabis be the answer to female fibromyalgia woes? According to a new study, quite possibly.
Does cannabis harbor the potential to provide symptomatic relief in breast cancer cases? According to a new study published in a journal of the American Cancer Society, quite possibly.
We’ve seen a rise in opioid usage and, more importantly, opioid-related deaths throughout the last few decades.
In the universe of cannabis strains you can find many plants that stand out for their unique beauty. For a lot of cannabis lovers these are the plants that get purple tones either in their flowers or leaves.
A brain aneurysm is a rare health condition but is quite common among the general population.
Pioneering research took place at Saint Mary’s Hospital. They trialed cannabidiol (CBD) – in conjunction with the NHS standard of care – as a potential treatment for newborns with moderate or severe brain injury.
As the use of cannabis is catching on in our society due to legalization, many consumers wonder how it could affect work performance.
When CBD was first legalized, it was often touted as the only solution many found to treat epilepsy and seizures. How far has research come since legalization, and how effective is cannabis in treating epilepsy?