Cannabis Use Doesn’t Increase Suicidal Ideations in High School Students

A study published recently inuse the journal Addictive Behaviors, and published online by the National Institute of Health, has found that cannabis use doesn’t increase suicidal ideations (suicidal thoughts) in high school students.

For the study, 972 high school students were given questionnaires assessing cannabis use, suicidal ideations, depressive symptoms, social anxiety symptoms and borderline and psychopathic personality traits.

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New Study: Cannabidiol Can Help Cigarette Smokers Quit

A new placebo-controlled study published in last month’s issue of the journal Addictive Behaviors has found that cannabidiol – a cannabis compound – can significantly reduce the number of cigarettes consumed by those wishing to quit. nocigarettes

For the study, participants were given cannabidiol (CBD) through an inhaler – the CBD was derived entirely from the actual cannabis plant. Partipants were seperated into two groups, one which received the inhaler containing CBD, and one which contained a placebo.

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