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Marijuana has been making progress in its legality in the US lately, with many politicians arguing that the criminalization of such a mild recreational drug has caused many more problems than it has solved. This seems to be a good thing from a legal standpoint, but it has also opened doors for more research involving marijuanas potential health benefits or detriments.

It may come as no surprise that many people suffering from chronic pain or injury use marijuana (or other recreational drugs) to self medicate when their prescribed treatments just aren't cutting it. But up until recently it has been nearly impossible to test accurately to find out just how effective it is. Patients are unlikely to be truthful with their doctors if they are using it, and the morality and legality of using it in studies is grey and muddled. But now, research is on the rise with moreā€¦

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