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Medical Marijuana Seems To Reduce Deaths From Pharmaceuticals – Forbes



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Medical Marijuana Seems To Reduce Deaths From Pharmaceuticals
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Insys Therapeutics, the Arizona-based pharmaceutical company that recently became the biggest financial supporter of the campaign against marijuana legalization in that state, makes an oral spray that delivers the opioid painkiller fentanyl and plans ...

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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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Want to reduce obesity? Legalize medical marijuana, researchers say. – Washington Post



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Want to reduce obesity? Legalize medical marijuana, researchers say.
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Want to take a bite out of the American obesity epidemic? Legalize medical marijuana. That's the counterintuitive finding of a new study in the journal Health Economics. Researchers from San Diego State University and Cornell University found that at ...

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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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States with medical marijuana have 25 percent fewer prescription overdose deathsWashington Post (blog)
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