New research seeks to find out if recent cannabis users are exposed to significant levels of unknown levels of nicotine, which could be due to unmeasured blunt smoking or environmental sources. Click on post to download this research poster being presented on Monday, June 13 at the 2016 College on Problems of Drug Dependence in La Quinta, California. Continue reading Why are nicotine levels higher in marijuana users who don’t smoke cigarettes?
New preliminary findings suggest smoking five marijuana blunts could expose you to the nicotine equivalent of one cigarette. These and other findings related to nicotine exposure via blunts will be presented in June at the 2016 College on Problems of Drug Dependence conference. Continue reading Five Marijuana ‘Blunts’ Are Equal One Cigarette
At the 2016 Society for Prevention Research (SPR) conference held in San Francisco (May 31-June 3), I’ll be presenting and discussing the latest findings from my recent paper, “Trends in registered medical marijuana participation across 13 US states and District of Columbia“, published this February in the journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Continue reading Medical Marijuana Policy and Outcomes