New York Times
By Dave Chan
Tweed, a Canadian medical marijuana company moves into a former Hershey’s chocolate plant which closed six years ago.
Even though it has yet to record its first retail sale, Maine’s adult-use marijuana market appears to be taking a bite out of the state’s medical marijuana industry.
In 2017, the first year that Mainers could legally grow their own recreational pot, the number of medical marijuana patient certifica..Read more
Scientists have determined that loss of Rbfox genes results in an 'embryonic like' splicing program.Read more
Researchers have discovered the contribution of a specific gene in the proper development of blood cells that give rise to hematopoietic stem cells. The findings identify a potential target for the development of treatments for some types of leukemia, anemia and other blood disorders.Read more
New research reveals the benefits of using social media for young people in care. Until now, the automatic assumption has been that platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp only pose a risk for this vulnerable group. But young people in care benefit from the psychological, emotional and so..Read more
Directly involving the thousands of family members and friends who serve as 'informal carers' for people with dementia in the evaluation of patients' symptoms and behavior could offer improved insights for healthcare professionals and help alleviate feelings of stress, guilt and isola..Read more