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Analysis: Companies Need Workers but People Keep Getting High

Legal marijuana is spreading across the country -- but employers aren't changing their ways.


What Happens if you Smoke Marijuana Every Day

<p> Marijuana is now more accessible - legally - than it has been since it was first banned in the "<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028346/">Reefer Madness</a>" era of the 1930s, but that doesn't mean researchers think we fully understand the plant or how its use affects people.</p><p> Far from it.</p><p> We know enough to say that marijuana has some legitimate medical uses and to say that in many ways, it's less likely to harm users than substances like alcohol or opioids, but researchers still have a long list of questions.</p><p> Government regulations make the plant extremely difficult to study, which is one of the main reasons there are still so many things to learn about marijuana. </p><p> Business Insider <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/biggest-science-questions-researchers-have-marijuana-2017-3?utm_source=msn.com&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_content=msn-slideshow&amp;utm_campaign=bodyurl"> recently spoke to several prominent researchers to see what they think the most important questions are</a> - and what's being done to answer them.</p><p> Here's what they hope to find out.</p>


Surgeon General: Addiction Is A Chronic Brain Disease, Not a Moral Failure




Cops Offer Love and Hope to Addicts in PBS Frontline's "Chasing Heroin"

Q&A With FRONTLINE Producer of  “Chasing Heroin”


Seattle Officials Endorse First Safe Heroin Injection Site in US

Seattle Officials Endorse First Safe Heroin Injection Site in US


The Answer to Treating Drug and Alcohol Addiction
May Be Far Simpler Than You Think

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Survey Reveals New Trends in Teen Drug and Alcohol Use




Drug Overdose Deaths Leading to More Organ Donors






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