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Medical marijuana may reduce use of opioid painkillers: study – Raw Story



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Medical marijuana may reduce use of opioid painkillers: study
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Legalization of medical marijuana may reduce the instances of opioid use in adults under 40 years of age, a new study analyzing traffic accidents has suggested. Published Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health, the study noted a fall in the ...
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Opioid use decreases in US states that legalize medical marijuana – study – RT



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Opioid use decreases in US states that legalize medical marijuana - study
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They found that drivers in that age bracket who died in car crashes, after a medical marijuana law had been implemented, were half as likely to test positive for opioids when compared to similarly aged drivers who crashed in states before such laws ...
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Medical marijuana programs may help cut opioid use – Fox News



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Medical marijuana programs may help cut opioid use
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The researchers found that the rates of opioid use decreased in adults ages 21 to 40 in states that had legalized medical marijuana and where residents with prescriptions could obtain cannabis from dispensaries or grow their own, compared to states ...
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Medical Marijuana Programs May Help Cut Opioid Use – Live Science



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Medical Marijuana Programs May Help Cut Opioid Use
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Making medical marijuana legal may lead to a reduction of opioid use in adults under the age of 40, a new study suggests. The researchers found that the rates of opioid use decreased in adults ages 21 to 40 in states that had legalized medical ...
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Politicians debate race, opioid addiction in marijuana legalization battle – MassLive.com



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Politicians debate race, opioid addiction in marijuana legalization battle
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On Wednesday, the anti-marijuana Campaign for a Safe and Healthy Massachusetts released a new list of 119 politicians — including some in Western Massachusetts — who oppose marijuana legalization. At the same time, however, the Democratic Morse, ...
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Can Medical Marijuana Reduce the Opioid Abuse Epidemic? – Boston.com



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Can Medical Marijuana Reduce the Opioid Abuse Epidemic?
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Medical cannabis laws were associated in the study with lower overdose mortality rates that generally strengthened over time. In 2010, for instance, researchers noticed there were 1,729 fewer deaths in states where medical marijuana was legal.
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