Despite Lack of Evidence, 10 States Allow Medical Marijuana for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Dr. Mark Ilgen's discusses a new approach to helping people cope with pain.
A new study shows the potential to treat pain without the use of potentially addictive pain medication.
UM students won second place in the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) “Addiction Research: There’s an App for That” challenge.
Research suggests that over time, marijuana use dampens the brain's reward system.
Over time, marijuana use dampens brain's response to reward and could lead to addiction.