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Authors: Eric Murillo-Rodríguez, Diana Millán-Aldaco, Gloria Arankowsky-Sandoval, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Roger G. Pertwee, Linda Parker and Raphael Mechoulam

13 February 2020

Total and differential white blood cell count in cannabis users: results from the cross-sectional National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005–2016

Journal of Cannabis Research is an open access, peer-reviewed, international journal which welcomes submissions covering all topics pertaining to cannabis.

Authors: Philippe Lucas, Susan Boyd, M.-J. Milloy and Zach Walsh

Authors: Omayma Alshaarawy

Published on: 6 January 2021

Authors: Lilach Zadik-Weiss, Sivan Ritter, Vered Hermush, Nethanel Asher, Avi Avital and Reuven Or

Authors: Lucile Rapin, Rihab Gamaoun, Cynthia El Hage, Maria Fernanda Arboleda and Erin Prosk

Feline cognitive dysfunction as a model for Alzheimer’s disease in the research of CBD as a potential treatment—a narrative review

Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2021 3 :2

Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2021 3 :21

With the improvement in modern medicine, the world’s human and feline (Felis catus, the domestic cat) population is aging. As the population grows older, there is an increase of age-related diseases, such as Alzh.

Authors: Crystal Lederhos Smith, Brittany Rhoades Cooper, Andre Miguel, Laura Hill, John Roll and Sterling McPherson

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