The Top 10 Cannabis Studies Released So Far in 2016

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The Top 10 Cannabis Studies Released So Far in 2016

It’s only May, and yet 2016 has already been a huge year for cannabis-related science, with numerous studies already released that demonstrate the vast medical benefits of the plant.

With that in mind, we’ve decided that instead of waiting until the end of the year to release our top 10 studies list, we’ll do a almost-mid-year list of the top cannabis studies released so far.

Top 10 Cannabis Studies Released So Far in 2016 (in no particular order):

Study: Heart Attack Patients with History of Cannabis Use Less Likely to Die During Hospitalization

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Study: Cannabinoids Can Inhibit Growth of Carcinoma Cancer Cells, Program them to Die

Study: Cannabidiol May Treat Autoimmune Myocarditis and Other Autoimmune Disorders

Study: Cannabinoids May Prevent Cartilage Breakdown in those with Osteoarthritis

Study: Cannabis Use Not Predictive Of Lower IQ, Poorer Educational Performance

Study: Cannabis Oil is a Safe and Effective Treatment Option for Alzheimer’s Disease

Study: Recent Cannabis Use Linked to Better Outcomes for Brain Injury Patients

Study: Long-Term Cannabis Use Mitigates Pain, Reduces Opioid Use

Study: Cannabinoids May Help Treat Hyperexcitability-Based Diseases

Study Finds THC Inhibits Weight Gain

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