Female rats exposed to vaporized cannabis for 30 days developed a blunted response to stress. The effect was not seen in male rats. Findings shed light on how chronic cannabis use affects males and females differently.
Increasing time spent sleeping immediately following a traumatic event can help to significantly reduce the effects of trauma.
People with OCD reported a reduction in the symptoms within four hours of smoking cannabis, a new study reports.
Astrocytes could be as important as neurons when it comes to regulating sleep.
Where you live has a significant impact on whether you will live to become a centenarian, a new study reports.
Cannabis reduces the severity of symptoms by more than half in the short-term for people suffering from PTSD. Using cannabis reduces recurring thoughts of a traumatic event by 62%, flashbacks by 51%, irritability by 67%, and anxiety by 57% for those with PTSD. However, the reduction of symptoms is not permanent.
Chronic insomniacs who pull an all-nighter perform twice as bad on reaction time tests as normal sleepers who forgo a night's sleep.
A new method reveals BPA levels may be more than 44 times higher in humans than previously believed.
Brain activity differs in those more prone to boredom than those who aren't. Findings reveal those who experience boredom more frequently have an increased risk of anxiety and depression.