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Maternal Marijuana Exposure and Birth Weight: An Observational Study Surrounding Recreational Marijuana Legalization.

 To study the relationship between prenatal marijuana and infant birth weight using natural cohorts established before, during and after the 20-month lapse between legalization and legal recreational sales in Washington State.

Association Between Recreational Marijuana Legalization in the United States and Changes in Marijuana Use and Cannabis Use Disorder From 2008 to 2016.

Little is known about changes in marijuana use and cannabis use disorder (CUD) after recreational marijuana legalization (RML).

Trends in college students' alcohol, nicotine, prescription opioid and other drug use after recreational marijuana legalization: 2008-2018.

Young adult college students may be particularly sensitive to recreational marijuana legalization (RML). Although evidence indicates the prevalence of marijuana use among college students increased after states instituted RML, there have been few national studies investigating changes in college students' other substance use post-RML.

Compliance With Personal ID Regulations by Recreational Marijuana Stores in Two U.S. States.

The purpose of this study was to measure compliance with age and personal ID regulations by state-licensed recreational marijuana stores in two states.

Fatal crashes in the 5 years after recreational marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington.

Colorado and Washington legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, but the effects of legalization on motor vehicle crashes remains unknown. Using Fatality Analysis Reporting System data, we performed difference-in-differences (DD) analyses comparing changes in fatal crash rates in Washington, Colorado and nine control states with stable anti-marijuana laws or medical marijuana laws over the five years before and after recreational marijuana legalization. In separate analyses, we evaluated fatal crash rates ...

Postmaterialism and referenda voting to legalize marijuana.

This analysis of county-level voting on 22 state referenda that sought to legalize marijuana for medical purposes or recreational use is driven by hypotheses from post-materialism theory. Separate regression models for each type of policy largely, though not entirely, support our expectations. Voting to legalize both medical and recreational marijuana was greater in counties with larger college-educated populations, a partisan preference for Democratic presidential candidates, and smaller percentages of Cat...

Differences in 30-Day Marijuana Use by Sexual Orientation Identity: Population-Based Evidence from Seven States.

The objective of this study was to compare 30-day marijuana use by sexual orientation identity. Data came from the 2016-2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Prevalence estimates and logistic regression models compared 30-day marijuana use controlling for sociodemographic characteristics. Lesbian women, gay men, and bisexual adults were more likely to use marijuana compared with heterosexual adults. Other characteristics predicting marijuana use included frequent mental distress, cigarette smok...

College students' using marijuana to sleep relates to frequency, problematic use, and sleep problems.

Given the rising rates of insufficient sleep and the popularity of marijuana, we investigated using marijuana as a sleep aid, marijuana use frequency, problematic marijuana use, and sleep problems. Participants included a convenience sample of college students who endorsed using marijuana in the past year from May to December 2013 ( = 354; 68% female, 57% White). Path analyses investigated if using marijuana to sleep predicted: (1) marijuana use outcomes and (2) sleep problems; and if sleep problems p...

Do marijuana use motives matter? Meta-analytic associations with marijuana use frequency and problems.

As laws expanding the accessibility of marijuana proliferate, it is increasingly important to understand how various motivations for use are differentially associated with marijuana use (e.g., frequency, quantity) and problems associated with marijuana use (e.g., reduced productivity, relationship conflict, legal issues). We conducted a meta-analytic review (k = 48, N = 11,274) of the zero-order and partial association between five marijuana use motives (i.e., coping, enhancement, social, conformity...

Marijuana use among young pregnant women: more common and more harmful than we think.

In this issue of BJOG, Rodriguez et al. (BJOG xxxx) report results of a retrospective cohort study examining the impact of marijuana use on perinatal outcomes among 1206 young (age 13-22) pregnant women. The study was set in Colorado, a state which legalized medicinal marijuana use in 2000 and recreational use in 2014. Over the past two decades, national and regional policy shifts towards legalization of marijuana correlate with increased use among reproductive age and pregnant women (Brown et al. JAMA 31...

A National Survey of Marijuana Use Among US Adults With Medical Conditions, 2016-2017.

The number of states legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use is increasing. Little is known regarding how or why adults with medical conditions use it.

Attitudes and Beliefs About Medical Usefulness and Legalization of Marijuana among Cancer Patients in a Legalized and a Nonlegalized State.

There is a growing preference for the use of marijuana for medical purposes, despite limited evidence regarding its benefits and potential safety risks. Legalization status may play a role in the attitudes and preferences toward medical marijuana (MM). The attitudes and beliefs of cancer patients in a legalized (Arizona) versus nonlegalized state (Texas) regarding medical and recreational legalization and medical usefulness of marijuana were compared. Two hundred adult cancer patients were enrolled from o...

Characteristics of Marijuana Use Among Orthopedic Patients.

Marijuana use among orthopedic patients has not been extensively studied. The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of marijuana use among orthopedic surgery patients. Additionally, the authors sought to better characterize how and why their patients use marijuana. Patients presenting at 3 institutions in 2 states for orthopedic surgery were asked to complete a voluntary survey. In addition to basic demographic information, the survey contained questions regarding the frequency of, methods...

Substitution of marijuana for opioids in a national survey of US adults.

Opioid prescriptions for chronic pain and subsequent opioid-related complications have risen dramatically in the US. Recent data suggest that medical marijuana laws have been associated with lower state-level opioid overdose mortality. In a national survey, we examined the prevalence of substitution of marijuana for opioids among US adults taking opioids for pain.Using GfK's KnowledgePanel, we conducted an Internet-based survey of a nationally representative sample of 16,280 adults in 2017 about individual ...

Investigating how perceived risk and availability of marijuana relate to marijuana use among adolescents in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay over time.

Amid changing marijuana policies in the Southern Cone, we examined relationships between marijuana-related risk factors and marijuana use among adolescents in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay from 2001 to 2016.

Self-reported exposure to, perceptions about, and attitudes about public marijuana smoking among U.S. adults, 2018.

Eleven U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized non-medical use of marijuana. Public marijuana smoking is generally prohibited, although some states have considered exemptions. This study assessed attitudes about public marijuana smoking, perceptions of harm from marijuana secondhand smoke (SHS), and self-reported marijuana SHS exposure.

Commentary on Lane & Hall (2019): Trafficking and highway-safety challenges in US states that have legalized recreational cannabis sales and their neighbors.

Associations of Parental Marijuana Use With Offspring Marijuana, Tobacco, and Alcohol Use and Opioid Misuse.

Marijuana use is increasing among adults and often co-occurs with other substance use; therefore, it is important to examine whether parental marijuana use is associated with elevated risk of substance use among offspring living in the same household.

Post-traumatic stress and marijuana outcomes: The mediating role of marijuana protective behavioral strategies.

The present study investigated the mediating role of protective behavioral strategies for marijuana (PBSM) on the relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and marijuana outcomes (i.e. marijuana use frequency, marijuana use quantity, cannabis use disorder (CUD) symptoms, and marijuana-related problems). Participants were 1,107 traditional age college students ( = 20.26,  = 3.32; 66.5% White, non-Hispanic; 68.8% female), who reported consuming marijuana at least once in the last 30 day...

State-level marijuana policies and marijuana use and marijuana use disorder among a nationally representative sample of adults in the United States, 2015-2017: Sexual identity and gender matter.

Research demonstrates an association between state-level medical marijuana laws (MMLs) and increased marijuana use (MU) and MU disorder (MUD) among adults, but has yet to explore this association among lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) individuals, including gender differences.

Trends and Characteristics in Marijuana Use Among Public School Students - King County, Washington, 2004-2016.

Use of marijuana at an early age can affect memory, school performance, attention, and learning; conclusions have been mixed regarding its impact on mental health conditions, including psychosis, depression, and anxiety (1-3). Medical marijuana has been legal in Washington since 1998, and in 2012, voters approved the retail sale of marijuana for recreational use to persons aged ≥21 years. The first retail stores opened for business in July 2014. As more states legalize marijuana use by adults aged ≥21 y...

Neonate Death Due to Marijuana Toxicity to the Liver and Adrenals.

BACKGROUND Marijuana is the considered the most widely available and used drug across the world. Up to this time, there have been no reports of human death directly caused by acute marijuana toxicity in adults, fetuses, or newborn neonates. CASE REPORT We report a death of an 11-day-old white female neonate due to acute marijuana toxicity. She died of extensive necrosis and hemorrhage of the liver and adrenals due to maternal use of marijuana. CONCLUSIONS This case is unique in that other possible causes of...

Association of US Medical Marijuana Laws With Nonmedical Prescription Opioid Use and Prescription Opioid Use Disorder.

Between 1997 and 2017, the United States saw increases in nonmedical prescription opioid use and its consequences, as well as changes in marijuana policies. Ecological-level research hypothesized that medical marijuana legalization may reduce prescription opioid use by allowing medical marijuana as an alternative.

Association Between Marijuana Use and Risk of Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Marijuana use is common and growing in the United States amid a trend toward legalization. Exposure to tobacco smoke is a well-described preventable cause of many cancers; the association of marijuana use with the development of cancer is not clear.

Impact of Marijuana Legalization on Prevalence of Maternal Marijuana Use and Perinatal Outcomes.

 We aimed to assess whether marijuana legalization was associated with a difference in prevalence of prenatal use or an increase in incidence of adverse perinatal outcomes.

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